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As the last class to graduate from 
the "old" Weymouth High School, we are 
particularly conscious of the tremendous 
debt which we, our predecessors, and our 
successors owe to those who have con- 
tributed so much to the fine educational 
system of which we are 1962's benefi- 
ciaries. In order to acknowledge this 
debt, at this historic time when Weymouth 
High School continues its proud traditions 
in its new surroundings, we have chosen 
eight representatives from all phases of 
the educational processes which have 
culminated in our graduation. To these 
educators, and through them to all those 
who have contributed to our successes, 
we gratefully dedicate this yearbook. 

Dr. Wallace H. Drake: a member of the 
school committee since 1935, taking up 
where his father served before him . . . 
always devoted to the education of the 
youth of Weymouth . . . Mister School 
Committee. 

Mrs. Flora H. McGrath: assistant 
superintendent of schools, and director 
of instruction since 1931 . . . former 
teacher, lecturer, author . . . has con- 
tributed immeasurably to education in 
Weymouth . . . retiring this year. 

Mr. Wallace L. Whittle: our principal 
since 1937 . . . former teacher and coach 
. . . friend and advisor to thousands of 
students, teachers and parents . . . has 
rendered services of incalculable mea- 
sure to Weymouth High School. 

Miss Laura Nash: secretary to the 
principal since 1947 . . . the best friend 
a senior class ever had . . . whenever we 
had a question or a problem, she always 
had the answer for us . . . Miss Efficiency 

Miss Olive E. Hackett: head of the 
commercial department since 1949 ... a 
one-woman employment agency to hun- 
dreds of business course girls . . . 
either on the phone getting interviews or 
advising "her girls." 

Mr. Alvah Raymond: head of the math 
department since 1949 . . . constantly 
improving the math instruction and in- 
troducing accelerated courses . . . 
seldom misses a student function . . . 
dedication plus. 

Mr. John F. Collins: teacher and ad- 
visor to hundreds of fledgling printers 
. . . runs a top-rated print shop ... al- 
ways busy yet always ready with a 
smile and a helping hand . . . printed the 
Campus for many years. 

Mr. Arthur M. Cicchese: head custodian 
since 1957 . . . his gruff exterior con- 
ceals a heart of gold . . . runs a taut 
ship but is universally admired by 
students and faculty alike. 



Miss Olive E. Hackett 



Mr. Alvah Raymond 




Mr. John F. Collins 



Mr„ Arthur M. Cicchese 



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Introduction 1 

Dedication.... 2 

History of School 8 

Faculty and Administration 10 

Education 28 

High School 34 

Vocational » 40 

Activities 46 

Publications 52 

Clubs 58 

Athletics 76 

Seniors, 94 

Class Officers 94 



YESTERDAY OUR FOUNDATION FOR TODAY 



As we move on to a new school, we first review the background 
of the school building on which our traditions are founded. 

Before 1898, the pupils of Weymouth attended North and South 
High Schools. In 1897, the townspeople felt that a new school was 
needed, one that would give their children the best advantages of 
a cultural education. At the annual town meeting, they appropria- 
ted $50,000 for its construction. 

On June 30, 1898, Weymouth High School was dedicated to the 
students who would for many years grow in stature and intellect 
within its halls. That day the visitors were shown the many new 
features of the school; "its light, airy classrooms, large hallways, 
and library. " 

The building, at that time, was not as we know it today. The 
basement included a coal bin, the ventilating system, as well as 
boys' and girls' bicycle rooms. Outside one entrance, a carriage 
porch was provided. A large assembly hall extended from the 
second to the third floor, where the library and rooms 210 and 214 
are now located. 

When the school opened in September, everything was ready for 
the students except the gym on the third floor. So much money had 
been put into the building that none had been left for gym equip- 
ment. The boys of the class of 1899 went throughout the town to 
solicit money and were able to give the school a fully equipped 
gymnasium. 

But in the following years, Weymouth's population began to 
grow, and it became evident that the once ample school was no 
longer adequate. In 1921, a portable building was bought by the 
town to provide some relief to the crowded classrooms. Still it 
was not enough. 1923 and 1928 saw two additions being made to 
the building; one, the "north annex", which contained the boys' 
gym, the other, the "south annex", which is now our auditorium. 
These are not the only changes. As more pupils kept arriving , 
the townspeople remodeled the cafeteria, moved and improved the 
library, and converted the third floor for the science department. 

The Weymouth High School building has seen many generations 
of students enter its doors as bewildered sophomores and leave as 
young adults prepared for the future. It has watched the gradua- 
tion of these young people, but it knows that no building no matter 
how new or elaborate can hope to turn out responsible citizens 
without the care of dedicated men and women who would guide 
them through their important high school years. 



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Charles W. Adams: Librarian, Pollyanna Andem: English, Mary E. Arnold: Physical David M. Bartlett: English. 
Library Club. Reflector Advisor, Creative Education, Pep Club. 

Writing. 




Edwin Beck, Jr.: Social Robert J. Bernath: Science. Philip J. Berry: Chorus 
Studies, Football, Basketball, Director. 
Baseball. 





James F. Boland: Sheet Edwin Burke: Orchestra James R. Campbell: Science. 
Metal. Related Subjects. Director. 



The records speak for themselves] 
Mr. Kearney 



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Ernestine R. Canning: French. Fred P. Carlson: Carpentry. Frank N. Cavallo: Physical Jacqueline F. Chittenden: 

Education, Football. Commercial. 




William E. Clancy: Social Harold E. Clarke: Sheet Paul C. Cleaves: Director of John F. Collins: Printing. 
Studies. Metal. Visual Aids. 




They melt in your mouth . . . not in your hand. Charles 
Adams 

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Anthony C. Cotugno: Spanish. Virginia M. Cullity: Physical John K. Delahunt: Science. William A. Dempsey, Jr.: 

Education, Gym Team, Cheer- Social Studies, Tennis, 

leaders. Hockey. 




Norma E. Dever: Commercial. Vincent J. DiSessa: Mechan- Philip S. Dolan: Art, Cam- Walter W. Donovan: Social 

ical Drawing. pus and Reflector Art Ad- Studies. 

visor. 




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John Fisher: Director of Edna G. Flaherty: Guidance 
Physical Education and 
Athletics, Head Coach of 
Football, Golf Coach. 




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It's really simple, Mr. Ryder. Mr. Ryder, Nancy Cannon. 




John F. Gannon: Latin, John T. Ghiorse: Science, Marie K. Ghiorse: English, Walter C. Gutterson: Director 
Mathematics. Lecture Club, Lab Assistants, Guidance. of Guidance. 

Physical Science Club. 



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William T. Kearns: Social George H. Klay: Drafting, Margaret K. Langford, Corn- 

Studies, Senior Class Ad- Mathematics. mercial. 

visor. 




Sally J. Levangie: Physical William J. Longridge, Jr.: Clarence R. Lyond: Science. 

Education. English. 




Myrna L. MacFarlane: Com Dorothy G. MacGregor: Com- Elizabeth L. MacGregor: Com- Dorothy M. Magraw: Com- 
mercial, mercial, P.B.L.A. Advisor. mercial. mercial, Junior, Moral and 

Spiritual Values Advisor. 



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Louise B. Masters: Home Russell H. Mazzola: Mathe- George J. McCarthy: Reme- William J. McCarthy: Corn- 
Economics, matics, Football, Basketball, dial Work, Developmental mercial. 

Reading. 




Mary E. McMorrow: English. Brenda J. Meade: French, Frank H. Meda: Automobile 

Spanish. Repair. 



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Julia Morris: English. Jalmar N. Nelson: Carpen- Richard L. Nims: Social 

try, Related Subjects. Studies. 




Helen M. Norris: Commercial, George E. Nott: Printing, Virginia Nye: Guidance. Oral A. Page: Physical Ed- 
Senior Nominating Committee, Related Subjects. ucation, Cross Country, 
Senior Class Advisor. Track. 




Dorothy Pearson: English, Herman F. Perry: Printing. Anita L. Pileggi: French. 

Future Teachers. 



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Evelyn Silvester: Art, De- Edna M. Soraghan: French. M. Carlton Storms: Science, Waldo H. Swan: Mathematics, 
sign for Living, Crafts Club. Debate Club. Social Studies. 




Gerard J. Swanson: Math- Ervida C. Swirkal: Commer- Jean E. Thomas: Social Mary P. Toomey: English, 
ematics, Key Club. cial. Studies. 




Miss Hanabury, please check the thermometer. Mr. Longridge. 



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Paul A. Warren: Band, Direc- Alice M. White: English. John W. White: Social Richard L. Whitmore: Social 
tor of Music. Studies, Audio-Visual Club. Studies. 




Joseph K. Whittemore: Eng- Louis P. Yager: French, Edwin C. Young: Automo- M. Jean Young: Commercial, 
lish, Social Studies. Spanish. bile Repair. 





Miss Barbara Nicholson, Mrs. Doris Mcintosh 




Mrs. Janet Smart, Miss Laura Nash 
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SERVICE WITH 



No school could function 
without the management and 
able guidance of a group of 
trained personnel who manage 
the clerical work, keep the 
school in good repair and 
maintain the health of the stu- 
dents through well-balanced 
mealSc 

College students are espec- 
ially thankful to the office sec- 
retaries who devote many 
hours to filling out college 
records, and the whole school 
benefits from their services., 

Through the year, hundreds 
of hungry students pass 
through the lunch lines where 
they receive delicious and 
well-balanced meals. The 
cafeteria workers have pre- 
pared these meals with diete- 
tic skill, and with our enor- 
mous appetites in mind. 

We are all very grateful to 
the custodians who are often 
seen polishing our building 
and keeping it in excellent 
condition Not only do they 
accomplish their work effic- 
iently, but they willingly spend 
many hours doing special 
favors for faculty and students 
alike. 



A SMILE 




Miss Eva Skala, Mrs. Evelyn MacKean 




Mrs. Elizabeth Dalto, Mrs« Hazel Mell, Mrs. Hilda Gallian, Mrs Elizabeth 
Matheson, Mrs. Frances Laniewski, Mrs. Josephine Wheeler. 




Seniors are looked up to around here! 




PACEMAKERS 
FOR 

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As time moves on, so 
must the leaders of today 
relinquish their responsib- 
ilities and give way to the 
plans and ideas of the lead- 
ers of tomorrow. Soon, 
many of today's sophomores 
will bear a major part of 
the leadership burden at 
Weymouth High School. 
Therefore, it is necessary 
that these future leaders 
be representative of the 
best Weymouth High has to 
offer. 

Through participation in 
athletics and school-spon- 
sored activities, many of 
these sophomores have 
displayed a keenness of 
mind and ability in athle- 
tics, which, with training 
and experience, will make 
them a credit to their 
school. 



Junior Class Officers: Stephen Allison, President; Allan Carlson, Vice Presi- 
dent; Marjorie Santacroce, Secretary; Robert Huntington, Treasurer. 



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"There is nothing more difficult to take 
in hand or more uncertain in its success 
than to take the lead in the introduction of 
a new order of things,," 

This is the challenge that this year's 
junior class, as seniors, must meet as 
they enter a new building and take their 
place as leaders in a new school. With due 
consideration to the high standards set by 
former graduating classes of Weymouth 
High School, they will lay the foundation 
for future generations. 

Many outstanding juniors have repre- 
sented such qualities of leadership and 
citizenship, and have displayed such dex- 
terity in athletics as to assure the citizens 
of Weymouth that a high standard will be 
maintained,, 



Barry's Book Balance --- 100% 118 




Joan McNeil, Joel Ouellet. Sing a song of sixpence . . 



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An intriguing physics problem. Ralph Stewart; Harry Rosenthal; Bill Henshaw. 



THINK! 

College is one of the highest build- 
ing blocks of knowledge; and, in 
order to reach this point, a student 
must take a college preparatory 
course in high school. This program 
enables the pupil to prepare for 
study beyond high school by offering 
a variety of subjects necessary for 
admission to college,, 

The curriculum at Weymouth High 
School is comprised of the essential 
English classes and three foreign 
languages, training the student in 
translation, reading and fluent 
speech. The life of our country is 



examined in American history, and 
many puzzles are presented in the 
form of geometry, algebra, trigo- 
nometry and calculus. Finally, 
chemistry, biology and physics are 
offered as fulfillment of the re- 
quired science subjects,, 

Under the instruction of well- 
qualified teachers, these courses 
are administered to the sophomores, 
juniors and seniors* Satisfactory 
completion in the senior year qual- 
ifies the student for college and 
prepares him mentally and intellec- 
tually for this new experience. 



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En voz alta ! 



Now, here's where the Pilgrims 
landed. 

Mr. W. T. Kearns 





Letters, we take stacks and stacks of letters. 

TNI!! BUSINESS OF BUSINESS 




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Bookkeeping can be fun. 
Harry Carrell 



To the tune of a typewriter, a teacher's 
dictation and an adding machine, the 
business students of Weymouth High 
School prepare to meet the challenges of 
the complex business world. From asdf 
to ;lkj to 80 -words a minute and from 
sophomore to senior year, they are being 
well trained to take their place in such 
vocations as bookkeeping, accounting, 
stenography and other clerical positions,, 
The curriculum of the business course is 
calculated to prepare the students in the 
best possible way. 

After three years of concentrated study 
in the facets of the business world, the 
door is open for the student who will apply 
his acquired knowledge. 





Nothin' says lovin' like somethin' from the 
oven = . , Gail Arnold, Bonnie Humphries 



As hungry students pass the door of the foods 
room, the inviting aroma of everything from 
doughnuts to french fries, and from pastries to 
chicken drifts out to them. These are the results 
of skillful training with measuring cups, spatulas 
and innumerable other instruments. 

Across the hall, girls are studying another 
phase of homemaking. Working with needles and 
pins, patterns and shears, they learn to add to 
their own wardrobe and produce varied types of 
handiwork. 



A stitch in time saves nine. 
Pat Parnell 



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Practice in layout design. 



PREPARING FOR TOMORROW TODAY 




In by eight, out by eleven . . . The Distribu- 
tive Education course at Weymouth High is a 
merchandising course which combines the 
students' classwork and their job experience. 
By attending classes from eight o'clock to 
eleven o'clock, the students are given the 
opportunity to apply the knowledge they 
acquire in a classroom to specific occupa- 
tions = Under this program, six weeks of the 
school year are devoted to full-time work. 

This co-operative merchandising course 
prepares students for such professions as 
retailing, marketing and fashion design. The 
graduate of this course finds himself well 
prepared to take an active part in the corn- 



Service with a smile. munity in which he will live. 



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le false move . . . Dick Glynn 



BUILDING \ mm TOMORROW 



"The progress of the nation de- 
pends on the efficiency of its work- 
ers." The trend of American 
industry in the future will depend to 
a great extent on the boys who are 
preparing themselves for skilled 
craftsmanship,, The students in our 
vocational school specialize in a 
trade, and learning by doing, acquire 
dexterity in their craft and pride in 
their work. 

The boys in the auto mechanics 
shop keep Weymouth residents' cars 
on the road. Instructed in motor 
overhauling, adjustments and re- 



pairs, transmission work and elec- 
trical troubles, the students become 
proficient in the branches of ser- 
vice and maintenance required by 
the automobiles on the highway 
today. 

A cool day in August may be at- 
tributed to the work of the boys who 
have become adept through a sheet 
metal course. Air conditioning, 
heating and ventilation as well as 
roofing, gutter and cornice work are 
units of the trade for which the boys 
are prepared. 



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The presses must keep rolling! 
Paul Keenan, David Driscoll 



Will this Reflector ever be finished? 




Valuable experience is gained in the 
print shop by working the machinery 
and equipment which is similar to that 
which they will use in industry. The 
print shop has been a great asset to all 
the organizations of our high school, 
with tickets, programs, materials to be 
printed. 

The planer, jointer, mortizer, te- 
noner, shaper, lathe are the tools 
of the trade of cabinet making. The 
skill acquired in this trade is being put 
to good use as the cabinetmaking de- 
partment is building many of the fur- 
nishings for our new high school. 



Llnotyp 



! 



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Blast the flatter bang a rash a flat. Richard Corson 




Cabinets for the new high school. Albert Cicchese 




Perfection from one end to the other. Charles Hardy, James Porter 




The finished product of a year's labor. 



Building a house is the extensive 
and complicated task of a carpenter. 
It involves a skill in framing, outside 
and inside finishing, shingling and 
roof framing, as well as a knowledge 
of blue-print reading, architectural 
drafting, building codes and builder's 
mathematics. Trained in the funda- 
mentals of their trade, the boys of 
the Carpentry Shop undertake pro- 
jects of a practical nature. The re- 
sult of a year's study and labor is a 
modern home, designed and built by 
the students themselves* It is a 
building in which we all take great 
pride. 




See ... I can saw! 
Lloyd Archibald 



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Student Council at work? 




Student Council Officers: Treas. Robert Huntington, Vice Pres. Elizabeth 
Ward, Sec. Jane White, Corresponding Sec. Janice Robar, Pres. David Foote„ 



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I thought we censored these books. Mr. Adams, Mr. Horrigan 




PRACTICE IN DEMOCRACY 

"To youth there are but three words 
of counsel -- work, work, work," 

Taking these words to heart, the 
Student Council, as the governing body 
of the school, endeavors to fulfill the 
obligation to Weymouth High School 
through a program combining work and 
pleasure. It strives to encourage school 
spirit, develop school citizenship and 
teach leadership. 

A newly inaugurated orientation pro- 
gram has acquainted the Sophomores 
with high school life and activities, 
and has made their adjustment easier. 
The Book Fair, which contributes gen- 
erously to the Scholarship Fund and 
provides the students and faculty with 
a variety of paper-back books, has been 
one of the major projects this year. In 
addition, the Student Council has donated 
food to needy families, sponsored dan- 
ces and promoted student-faculty co- 
operation. All these activities have 
been carried out with the hope of better 
serving the students, who are the back- 
bone of Weymouth High School. 



Joan Panttila, Ed Drinan 



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Learning from the past to progress in the future. Mrs. Magraw, Advisor, Donna 
Garrison, Chairman, Marcia Norling, Beverly McLean. 



PHYSICAIIY FIT, MENTALLY ALERT, MORALLY STRONG 



Are you physically fit, mentally 
alert and morally strong? This 
was the question which the Junior 
Values Committee asked themselves 
as well as the student body this year. 
They then proposed a threefold 
"Teens in Trim" program which 
would develop the potentialities of 
each student in these three areas. 
The first phase, physical fitness, 
was introduced during an assembly 
in which exercises for boys and girls 
were demonstrated. Turning their 
thoughts then to mental alertness, the 
committee took a comparative anal- 
ysis of the students' grades and 



compiled the information on charts 
according to homerooms. The final 
phase, moral strength, was pre- 
sented during assemblies which em- 
phasized the Weymouth High School 
Teen Age Code and featured out- 
standing speakers. 

The Junior Values Committee also 
conducts a Senior Class Prayer Con- 
test, sponsors a Morgan Memorial 
Award, Through their many pro- 
grams, the Junior Moral and Spiritual 
Values Committee hopes to develop 
the character of the student of today, 
the American citizen of tomorrow. 




Now when I was your age . . . David Foote, Joan Asher, Robert Pirie, and 

Mr„ Kearney 



Amidst mountainous piles of coats, books 
and lunch bags, the yearbook staff begins 
creative work on the Campus. In addition 
to these various obstacles , other 
committees, whose activities range from 
snowflake- cutting to letter-making, con- 
gregate in 210, notoriously known as the 
"yearbook room." 

Somehow, in spite of all the noise and 
confusion, Campus is slowly and pains- 
takingly pieced together , forming, in words 
and pictures, an interesting history of the 
school year. 

Publishing the yearbook is a time con- 
suming, year round undertaking. Work 
starts shortly after school begins in 
September and does not end until late in 
the year. During this time, layouts must 
be planned, pictures captioned and write- 
ups written and proof-read. 

Despite the confusion and hard work, 
Campus manages to r u n the obstacle 
course successfully. 



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at US KIDS 




On your mark, Get set, SMIRK! 





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Hey, Mr. "D!" 

Mr. Dolan, Betty Stack, Karen Villeneuve 




Campus Staff 

Editor-in-chief: 

Joan Asher 
Asst. Editor: 

Robert Pirie 
Literary Editor: 
Laraine Hawes 
Thelma Mummey 
Cynthia Olsen 
Senior Editor: 
Marcia Norling 
Marilynn Aikens 
Donna Garrison 
Jean Mills 
Joan Panttila 
Natalie Roulston 
Jeff Thunberg 
Feature Co-Editors: 
John Delehanty 
Janice Pratt 

Gretchen Damon 
Joseph Nista 
Elizabeth Ward 
Photography Editor: 
Patricia Comiskey 
Sandra Colarusso 
Suzanne Page 
Sports Editor: 

Frederick Lawrence 
Charles Adams 
Copy Editor: 
Jane White 

William Boudreau 
Ann Hanabury 
Sales Manager: 
David Foote 

Susan McDormand 
Business Manager: 

Richard Weir 
Art Co-Editors: 
Elizabeth Stack 
Karen Villeneuve 
Peter Dailey 
Mary Desmond 
Joyce Gardner 
Daniel Gridley 
Elizabeth MacEachern 




Look! There I am. Sue Page, Pat Comiskey, 
Joan Panttila, Sandra Colarusso 




Always looking for a handout! Sandra Colar- 
usso, Susan Reidy, Gail Christensen, Janet 
Taylor, Sally Verbeck 



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Editor and Chief: Maureen Corbo, Mr. Dolan 




. . . and how much homework do you do a night? Gretchen Damon, Pat Berg 

Editor 

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Art Staff: Sue Stetson, Dan Gridley, Joanne Fish, Fred Lawrence. 




Miss Andem's O.K. Eileen Sullo, Miss 



A WAY WITH WORDS 

Pick up your pens, begin the ques- 
tion polls and keep an ear open for 
gossip. With three issues to pub- 
lish, work begins early in the fall 
and continues until late in the Spring 
for the Reflector staff. Under Miss 
Andem's guidance and Pat Berg's 
direction, the students' creative 
writing achievements are compiled 
with such regular features as 
"Winnie and Willie" and the "Spy." 
Articles about many school organ- 
izations often appear, as well as 
foreign language crossword puzzles 
for our linguists. 

Each student and teacher who 
purchases the Reflector is readily 
rewarded; there is something in 
every issue for each one. 



Andem 



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Reviewing the report. Mr. Storms, Starr Dolber, Elaine 
Hutchinson, Jeff Thunberg, Sue Alemian, Dick Williams 



REBUTTAL, PLEASE 

"Honorable judge, worthy oppon- 
ents, colleague and friends." Thus 
begins another debate of the W.H.S. 
Debate Club. 

This year the debating topic has 
been - Resolved: that the Federal 
government should equalize educa- 
tional opportunities by means of 
grants to the states for public 
elementary and secondary schools. 
In the course of debating this subject 
all over New England, the debaters 
have not only been able to manifest 
their forensic abilities, but also to 
visit the campuses of the sponsoring 
schools such as Dartmouth College, 
University of Maine, University of 
New Hampshire and Emerson Col- 
lege. 






and they all lived happily ever after! 



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It says right here . . . Dorothy Loud, Edwina Bolen, Mr. Adams 



BOOKS, BOOKS, BOOKS 

"That will be twenty- six cents, 
please." Familiar words to you? 
These are the words often spoken by 
many a smiling young woman or 
serious young man sitting at the 
circulation desk. 

Bookbinding, mending, shelving 
books and filing catalogue cards, the 
members of the Library Club assist 
Mr .Adams. For fun and profit, trips 
are made to the Boston Museum of 
Fine Arts of Peabody Museum. 

Research paper due? Need in- 
formation? Book reports assigned? 
The members of the Library Club 
are there to help you. 



Library Club Convention 




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No strings attached. Kathleen Corrigan 



PHYSICAL FITNESS PERSONIFIED 



Balance beams, uneven bars and 
trampolines are common equipment 
of our gym team. Last spring, after 
merely six months of practice, 
Weymouth High's first gym team 
entered competition at the Mass. 
High School Gymnastic Meet and 
stole sixth place. This year, having 
acquired more experience, they met 
Wellesley High in a dual gymnastic 
meet. 




Let me go, lover. 



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Tarzans of Weymough High 

The aim of our team is to produce 
poise, grace and general physical 
fitness in Weymouth High School 
girls, while teaching them apprecia- 
tion of the fascinating art of acro- 
batics. 

Several of the members have had 
the opportunity to watch in person 
the performance of the American 
and Japanese Olympic Teams and 
to meet the top gym coach in the 
nations. 



Burke and Company 




Dum-dum-dum-de-dum-dum ... If you 

don't believe it, come hear us! 

If high school students had their way, 
the orchestra would be comprised of horns 
and drums, the favorite instruments of 
most prospective orchestra members. 
But to create truly harmonious music, we 
must tie all instruments together with 
strings. 

Under the direction of Mr. Burke, the 
orchestra members develop a musical 
interest, learn to play music in different 
aspects and experience the pleasure of 
playing and working together. 



Request, anyone? Charlie DeLorey 



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"Chantez, chantez, sing a little 
Weymouth song. Chantez, chantez, every- 
body sing along." And that's what our 
Weymouth High School chorus is known for 
doing! 

With Mr. Berry directing, the chorus 
members take pleasure and pride in their 
music. 

Whether singing carols for the 
Christmas assembly or entering the com- 
petition of the Southeastern District 
Festival Chorus, these students are a 
credit to their school. 



Soloist Audrey Philbrick 




Le Choir Ensemble 



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. . . and hope they remember it in high school. Miss Pearson 




Susan McDormand, Marilynn Aikens, Elaine Ward, Ruthann Sinabaldi, 
Helen McColough 



Move over, Miss Peach. Here come the future teachers from 
Weymouth High. They have been schooled in the methods of detecting 
wormy apples which might be left on their desks, ducking missiles 
such as erasers, chalk and paper airplanes and rendering garter 
snakes harmless. 

Learning the opportunities and requirements for teaching has been 
accomplished with the assistance of visiting instructors who lecture 
our future teachers at their monthly meetings. 



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m PURSUITS 




Valuable training pays off. Leonice Cordeiro, 
Judy Danvers, Miss Stockwell 




Future women in white. 



Hey, Doc, here they come! 

Not yet officially initiated into the world of 
thermometers, starched white uniforms and 
weighty tomes of medical terminology, the nurses 
of tomorrow have begun today to cast their future. 

Under the guidance of Miss Stockwell, these 
girls, trained in the administration of first aid, 
gain practical experience through volunteer ser- 
vices at the bloodmobile and x-ray units. 



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A picture is worth 1,000 words. 



THEY'RE ML BUSINESS 

The Future Business Leaders of America is a national organization which 
enables business students to become aware of the vast scope of the business 
world they will be entering and to discuss the many problems they will inevit- 
ably meet. The Weymouth Chapter meets once each month with a guest speaker 
from the business world to explain the opportunities in his field of work. This 
year the following careers were discussed: State Civil Service jobs, Banking, 
Armed Forces and Retailing; one meeting was devoted to secretarial schools 
in the Boston area and another, to a representative from the Academie Moderne. 

In addition, a Christmas party and a picnic were held. Two field trips were 
planned — one to the I.B.M. Corporation and another to three business schools 
in Boston. 

With the encouragement of Miss Dorothy MacGregor, their advisor, our 
future business leaders will be fully equipped to take their places as out- 
standing members in the business world. 



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I'd close the windows, sir! Bob Weeks, Bob Pirie, Dave Foote, Bill Richmond, 
Mr. Swanson 



SERVICE: KEY 10 DEVELOPMENT 



Bang! The gavel hits the bell, and 
another meeting of the Weymouth 
High School Key Club is begun. These 
are the weekly meetings in which 
plans are formulated for the follow- 
ing weeks, plans which pertain to 
conventions, washing convertibles 
or committee meetings on a variety 
of subjects. 

In a high school such as ours, 
boys need an opportunity to develop 
themselves by rendering service to 
their school and their community. 
This is the function of the Weymouth 
High School Key Club. The club has 




planned and carried out many worth- Ding-Dong School. Randy Muller, Mark 
while projects such as aiding the Dowds, Chuck Adams, John Delahenty 
Red Cross drive, giving food bas- 
kets to needy families and awarding 
a senior scholarship. 



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What 

salesmanship! 




As a nation-wide organization, the Distributive Education 
Club of America enables its students to learn the techniques 
of buying, retailing and selling. 

Along with representatives from other high schools that 
offer this course, two students from our school are nomin- 
ated to attend the State D.E.C.A. Convention and run for 
office. 

During the school year, the students attend banquets 
sponsored by Sears Roebuck and Trade Board; and, at this 
time, certain deserving members of D.E.C.A. are awarded 
scholarships. 



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But it's not supposed to do that 
Wally Swanson, Bob Anderson 



Jim Garrison 



TECHNICAL TACTICS 

Alphabatize the bases, cleanup the acids and prepare for the next experiment. 

Essentially, these are the duties of our faithful lab assistants. Science stu- 
dents depend on these boys to check all laboratory equipment and replace 
exhausted chemicals. Any chemist will tell you that nothing is more frustrating 
than a leaking hose or an empty bottle of H2SO4 fifteen minutes before a period 
ends I 

Some day, when these lab assistants are doing research, their knowledge of 
technical apparatus will prove invaluable. 



Lights, camera, and the action begins as the members of the Audio-Visual 
Club roll off another movie for students and faculty. 

Projectors out of operation? Tapes broken? "Abraham Lincoln" scheduled 
for fifth period? Audio-Visual members are there, skilled in the operation and 
maintenance of theA-V equipment. 

Through trips, demonstrations, Instructions and practical experience, these 
students improve their techniques to serve Weymouth High and the Weymouth 
School System better. 



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Does the new high school have elevators? Joseph Julian, Bill Dawes, Dave 
Belcher. 




CREATIVE MINDS, CREATIVE HANDS 



For those students skilled along the lines of art, an extra activity has 
been added this year. This is the Crafts Club. 

Its members become acquainted with the various tools and materials 
used for such creative work as jewelry and ceramics. This year their 
project was chain bracelets of copper and silver. Plans also included 
various types of pottery. These students learn to extend their imagination 
beyond the boundaries of paper to create with their hands what can only 
be pictured on paper. 

To develop literary skills and to give vent to their creative ability, the 
students of Weymouth High are offered a new course, Creative Writing. 

Started last year by Miss Andem, it has become very popular and highly 
successful. The students meet once a week in place of a scheduled study 
period. "Emphasis is laid on observing and reporting accurately what one 
sees with attention to detail that will sharpen a picture and heighten 
emotional interest." 



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THE THIRTEENTH CHAIR 



Is there a murderer in the house? 

A mistaken identity ... a spooky seance . . . the manifesta- 
tion of an apparition - murder and suspense! 

The curtain is up for "The Thirteenth Chair", and we're 
hunting a murderer. A seance is arranged by the inspector at 
which he intends to procure the help of a medium in unraveling 
the tangled clues. 

As the medium is about to reveal the name of the murderer, 
a guest is killed and the seance is ended. The missing 
murder weapon complicates the situation until it is discovered. 
The plunging of the knife into the mantle from the ceiling re- 
veals that the ruthless murderer lurks on. 

With two casts in order to enable a larger number of seniors 
to participate, outstanding performances were given by Eileen 
Sullo, Doug Coleman, Leslie Dalton, Kathy Corrigan, Eleanor 
Walls, Andrea Stubb, Jim Manning, Ed Drinan, Jim Giles and 
Bob Oliver. 

Who's the assassin? We'll all see as the Senior Class, under 
the direction of Mr. Dwyer, presents the mystery "The 
Thirteenth Chair." 




BLUEPRINT FOR 
HEALTH UNO 
RECREATION 



Ferdinand's Frolics 




Silence is golden. Mary Ellen O'Donnell, Cheryl Spindler, Kathy Corrigan, 
Kathy Carroll, Connie Aueld, Natalie Roulston, Kathy Lamond, Debbie Welsch, 
Carol Abbruzzese, Elaine McClung, Elaine Hutchinson, Betty Ann Knox; absent, 

Gretchen Damon 




Rah! 



GIVE ME A "f ' 



"We've got the coach-team-pep- 
steam" and enthusiastic cheers 
echoing from every corner of Legion 
Field, as the Cheerleaders and Pep 
Club root their football team on to 
victory. 

The Cheerleaders and Pep Club 
are always accompanied by a loyal 
mascot - school spirit. From the 
kick-off to the final second, it never 
dies. On every Saturday of the sea- 
son, the members of the Pep Club 
fill the bleachers and cheer every 
action of our team with waving ban- 
ners and school songs. 

Frisky Ferdinand frolics for fans 
faithfully at each game! 

The cheerleaders in their attrac- 
tive uniforms are on their toes 
throughout the games - or on the 
ground doing somersaults. For a 
cheerleader there is not a moment's 
silence, but always the knowledge 
that they have carried on the school 
spirit and supported the team. 




Go Wey- mouth! 
Kathy Lamond 



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STRIKE IIP THE BAND 




"B" for Brockton 




Worm's eye view of clarinet player and glockenspiel. Ed Hanchay, Betsy 

Hodges. 



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Strangers to Weymouth High School 
football games may wonder why every- 
one waits anxiously in the grandstands 
during the half-time, but they soon find 
out when a group of high-stepping maj- 
orettes, led by their pretty captain, 
Beverly Donovan, appears on the grid- 
iron, batons twirling and maroon and 
gold flags waving. The flags, with which 
intricate routines are done, are a new 
addition this year and were made by the 
majorettes. Weymouth High School can 
certainly be proud of these girls, al- 
ways cheerful and friendly, who sym- 
bolize the strong school spirit. 

Marching behind the majorettes is 
another familiar sight. Dressed in trim 
maroon and gold uniforms with brass 
shining, is our high school band. The 
band has been a valuable asset at our 
football rallies and games, boosting the 
school spirit of everyone. They also 
make several public appearances, in- 
cluding our school graduation. We wish 
the best of luck to all of the band's ex- 
cellent members! 




Bev Donovan 




The Swirling Six. Janice Donovan, Carolyn Robinson, 
Beverly Donovan, Lois Hokanson, Grace Martinson, 
Roberta Chiachio 



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Thanksgiving morning. 



ONI TIE GRIDIRON 

Out from behind the eight ball: 
that was the motto of the '61 football 
team. Playing the whole season 
with a large number of under class- 
men, the Weymouth High School 
football team finished strong with a 
4-5 record. Considering that Wey- 
mouth played against some of the 
best teams in the state, including 
this year's Class A co-champions, 
Arlington and Everett, this record 
becomes more impressive. 

The year was featured by the bril- 
liant individual performance of 
Captain Charlie MacMurray who set 
an all-time three year rushing rec- 
ord for Weymouth High of 1544 
yards. 

Other outstanding performances 
were given by Senior Tackle Mike 
Bronchuk, Junior Tackle Joe Ouellet, 
Junior Guard Al Carlson, Junior End 
Craig MacDonald, Sophomore Center 
Bill Schleiff, and Sophomore Half- 
back Steve Kraus, who shows ex- Down on the 20 
ceptional promise. 




This race is going right to the wire! 




Fred and his boys. Fred Lawrence, Ralph Haddix, Mark Dowds,Pete Erlandson, 
Jeff Thunberg, Ted Cooney, Dan Lidell, Herb Stowe, Charlie DeLorey. 

THE FORWARD LOOK 

Speed, speed and more speed — that was this year's track squad's goal. 

Starting with Cross Country in the fall and continuing through Spring Track, 
the Maroons compiled a creditable record. 

The Cross Country team had a winning season and sent several boys to the 
statewide cross country championships at Franklin Park in Boston. Weymouth's 
highest finisher was Captain Fred Lawrence. 

It would take more than winter winds to keep coach Oral Page and his boys off 
the Libby Field Track. The Winter Track team can proudly boast of its 9-3 
record as well as Fred Lawrence's record setting performance in the BAA meet 
at Boston Garden. Fred set a new Class A 1,000 yard run record of 2:18.8. 

When springtime rolled around, the boys were once more ready to go. Again 
led by Fred Lawrence in the 880, the Maroon speed-merchants had a successful 
season in the South Shore League. Many of our trackmen performed admirably 
in the South Shore Interscholastic Track Championships at Legion Field. 

Through combined individual efforts, this year's team carried on the Weymouth 
tradition. 



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A sure swish! Charlie MacMurray and Dick Boyd 



IT'S IIP, IT'S GOOD 

Swish! The sound of a basketball 
ripping through the cords. This was a 
sound the Maroons didn't hear as often 
as they would have liked while compil- 
ing a 5-15 seasonal record. 

Despite the record, the season was 
not lacking in outstanding personal per- 
formances and promise for the future. 
Ricky Turner with 262 points was the 
team's leading scorer and one of the 
South Shore's outstanding guards. Cap- 
tain Brian Kemp, a smooth playing for- 
ward, scored 259 points to average in 
double figures. The scorers were sup- 
ported by rebounders Ray Gagnon, Dick 
Boyd and Bob King. The latter two 
should be the nucleus of next year's 
team. 




Mrs. Doris Holbrook:Athletic Office 

Secretary 



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Get that puck! Ronnie Simmons, Jim Busa 



HUSTLE 



Hustle, the key to any successful hockey team, 
opened the door to a very favorable season for 
Weymouth this year. 

Weymouth's defense was one of the strongest 
in the league with Jim Horner, one of the top 
goalies in the league, playing the nets and John 
DeLuca also playing exceptional hockey. Seniors 
Gary Curtin and Tom Costa led Weymouth's 
lightning fast line strengthened by Mike DeLuca 
and Richard Godin. 

With juniors David Johnson and Paul Mc- 
Gaughlin and sophomores Doug Arnold and Robert 
Olander already playing excellent hockey, 
Coach William Dempsey looks hopefully to the 
team's future seasons. 



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11 GOT A CRUSH 




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Okay coach, what now? 

Ready! Wrestle! The fledgling Weymouth 
High wrestling team applies a hammerlock to 
the opposition. 

In only its second year of competition, the 
team has improved greatly and can boast of 
outstanding individual performances. Co-cap- 
tains Ernie Greer and Dave Serafini wrestled 
strongly. Ernie went on to capture the State 
Wrestling Championship in the 177 pound class 
and later competed in the New England Cham- 
pionships. Other boys in the State Championship 
included Jim DeCoste, Charlie Paone and Herb 
Stowe. 

Under the instruction of Mr. Hill, the squad 
should continue its progress with juniors Joel 
Ouellet, Bob Huntington, Ken Lukis, Steve Butler, 
Les Cook and Jim DeCoste returning. Not even 
a Killer Kowalski or a Gorgeous Goerge will be 
able to stop them. 



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Don't play "kneesies" with me I 



What's so funny, Bill? Louie Taylor, Colin 
Bell, Bill Foley, Craig MacDonald 




It's not only warm weather 
that comes with the spring, but 
it's also baseball. 

From the crack of the bat 
against the ball to the thump of 
the ball against the glove, Wey- 
mouth High is right in the midst 
of this great American pastime 
with Mr. Player and his assis- 
tant Edwin Beck piloting the 
Weymouth nine,, Their Suburban 
League schedule was filled with 
many of the state's finest teams. 

With a battery of Bill Foley 
and Jim Manning, Weymouth 
commanded the plate. Jack Mc- 
Carthy, Steve Allison, Louis 
Taylor and Bob Huntington con- 
trolled the infield, while Craig 
MacDonald, Tom Peterson and 
Dewey Borellini guarded the 
outfield. 




Hey, there goes John Glenn! Jim Manning 




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Love ... 15 ... 30 . . . 40 . . . 

Game! Raising a racket up and down 
the South Shore, Weymouth High's 
tennis team finishes its season in 
good form. 

Smashing those serves, Charlie 
Paone, Gary Curtin and Bob Miller, 
outstanding seniors, give the game 
a record of which to be proud. 

Coached by Mr. Dempsey, the 
team has experienced a successful 
season and is looking forward to 
many more. 




Charlie "Pancho" Paone 






SPORTSMANSHIP 
Charles MacMurray; Capt. of the 
football team; Capt. of the Patriot 
Ledger All-scholastic Football 
team. 



SCHOLARSHIP 
Kathryn Fall: outstanding student; 
Finalist in the National Merit 
Scholarship Competition. 




LEADERSHIP 
Robert Miller: Senior Class Pres.; 
Lt. Governor of District 11 Key 
Clubs; Finalist in National Merit 
Scholarship Competition 



LEADERSHIP 
Joan Asher: Editor of the Year- 
book: J.M.S.V.C.; Student Council. 








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JOURNALISM 
Patricia Berg: creative 
Editor of the Reflector. 



writer 



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SERVICE 
Donna Garrison: Chairman of 
J.M.S.V.C.; Secretary of the 
Southeastern Mass. Assoc. of 
Student Councils. 



OUTSTANDING SENIORS 





ART 

Karen Villeneuve; winner of a 
blue ribbon and gold key in the 
Boston Globe Scholastic Art 
Competition; Art Editor of the 
1962 Campus. 




CITIZENSHIP 
David Poote; pres. of the Student 
Council; Senior Class Vice Pres.; 
J.M.S.V.C. 



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CAROL R. ABBRUZZESE 

Carol . . . bubbling with energy 
. . . astride a horse or at the 
bowling green . . . pokey 
people peeve her. 

Cheerleader 12; Pep Club 11, 
12; H. R. Msngr. 11; Honors 
10; Gym Team 12; Senior 
Banquet 



STEPHEN F. ADAMS 

Skip . . . you'll hear his voice 
on radio or television someday 
... a real sportsman in the 
out-of-doors. 

Chorus 10 





PAULINE A. ABRUZESE 

Paula . . . talkative . . . 
nursing is her field . . . horses 
give her a boot . . . saying 
"Bingo," she has a strike 
. . . belongs to CYO and Daugh- 
ters of Italy. 

Mr. Concannon's Sec't. 12; 
Class Msngr. 11; Future Nurses 
11 



WILLIAM D. ACTON 



Bill . . . quiet . . 
man at heart . . . 
Navy is his calling. 



a working 
feels the 



EDWARD J. ADAMSON 

Ed ... a boatsman at heart 
. . . tacking for the engineering 
profession. . . his home port is 
the Town River Yacht Club. 



JUNE E. ADLER 

Junie . . . sets her goal high as 
an airline stewardess . . . 
snobby people peeve her . . . 
"You better believe it!" 



F.B.L.A. 12 





CHARLES F. ADAMS 

Chuck . . . distinguished and 
reserved . . . holds the key to 
the Key Club . . . future phy- 
sician when physics is fin- 
ished . . . active member of 
DeMolay. 

Key Club 11, Pres. 12; Chem- 
istry Club 11; A.V. Club 10, 
Campus 12 



LEONARD J. ADLER 

Lennie . . . with a mind for 
mechanical things . . . content 
under his car or at a Civil Air 
Patrol meeting . . . swimming 
or skimming across the water 
on water skis is fun for him 
. . . looks forward to a college 
education. 





JOHN G. ADAMS 

Johnny . . . has printer's ink in 
his veins . . . hockey and foot- 
ball are his favorite sports . . . 
keep your distance when he is 
writing . . . "Guess what!" 



MARILYNN A. AIKENS 

Mai ... a zest for life and fun 
... is there a sport she hasn't 
mastered? ... a wonderful 
opportunity for her in the field 
of physical education . . . 
"Hiya, guys." 

Campus 12; Gym Team 11, 12; 

Future Teachers 11, 12; Sopho- 
more Party; Prop Comm. 11; 
Pep Club 11 H.R. Msngr. 12 




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WAYNE H. ALBION 

Albino . . . can be found with 
ski poles in hands or flippers 
on feet . . . looking forward to 
attending State Police Academy 
. . . often says "Go soak your 
feet!" 

Sec't.-Treas. W.V.S. 12; Honors 
10, 11; Student Council 12; 
Open House 10, 12; Track 10, 
12 



ELLEN B. ANDERSON 

Ellen . . . that key-clackin', 
horse-backin' Ellen . . . future 
lies in secretarial work ... a 
member of CYO 

Pep Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11 



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SUSAN ALEMIAN 

Sue . . . quiet and pensive . . . 
easy to talk with . . . devotes 
some of her spare time to play- 
ing the piano . . . also likes to 
bowl . . . aspires to be a tea- 
cher. 

Reflector 10, 11, 12; High Hon- 
ors 10; Honors 11; Future Tea- 
chers 11, 12; Senior Nominating 
Comm.; Class Motto Comm. 11; 
Future Nurses 10; Treasurer of 
Debate Club 12 

DYANNE L. ALLEN 

Dyanne ... a friendly and win- 
some smile . . . fun to talk to 
and pleasant to meet . . . 
skating and swimming rank high 
among her favorite pastimes . . . 
looks forward to a career as an 
IBM operator. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Play Reading 
12; Mrs. Howley's Sec't. 12; 
Creative Arts Club 12 



GENEVIEVE F. ANDERSON 

Ginny . . . hopes to become 
another Florence Nightingale 
. . . skates on ice or wooden 
surfaces ... "I don't want to 
hear it!" ... a member of 
CYO. 



ROBERT F. ANDERSON 

Bob . . . skilled in the field of 
archery ... a willing and able 
instructor ... a voice to envy 
. . . has received first rating at 
the New England Festival En- 
semble ... a future electronic 
engineer. 

A.V. Club 10, 11, 12; Chorus 
10, 11, 12; Earth Science Club 
11; Chemistry Club 11; Lab 
Assistant 12 






PAUL ALMEIDA 

Paul . . . will be going into 
electrical engineering after 
high school.. . . enjoys water- 
skiing and skating ... a CYO 
man. 

Key Club 12; Honors 10, 11 



KENNETH F. ANTOINE, III 

Ken . . . quiet and modest with 
a true talent . . . has visited 
and studied in Spain . . . plans 
to make a return trip to Spain. 





JUDITH M. ANASTASI 

Judy ... a great amount of en- 
ergy for such a tiny package 
... a sunny disposition and 
fun to have around ... dis- 
likes stuck-up people . . . looks 
forward to a career as a sten- 
ographer. 

Pep Club 12 



GERALD J. ARCIERI 

Arch . . . wants to join the 
Navy and see the world . . . en- 
joys cars and is definitely not 
behind the eight-ball at pool. 




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SUSAN P. ARTHUR 

Sue . . . spirited and gay ... a 
good conversationalist with a 
winning way . . . looks forward 
to a career as a private secre- 
tary. 



Mr. Cleaves' sec't. 
and Gown Comm. 12 



12; Cap 



JOAN ASHER 

Joan . . . bubbling with smiles 
and conviviality . . . enjoys wa- 
ter skiing and swimming . . . 
Worthy Advisor of Rainbow; 
Vice President of EYC ... a 
permanent room in a college 
dorm will please her. 

Campus 11, Ed. -in-Chief 12; 
J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; Student 
Council 12; Pep Club 11, 12; 
Future Teachers 11, 12; Prop 
Comm. 11; High Honors 11 



CLAIRE L. BABCOCK 

Claire . . . her thoughts are in 
the clouds . . . flying, ballet 
and tap dancing keep her busy, 
also the Quincy YMCA . . . looks 
askance at smoking . . . wants 
to be a commercial artist. 

Pep Club 11; Distributive Ed- 
ucation 12 



ROBERT M. BAKER 

Bob . . . his next address will 
be the Maritime Academy . . . 
one of Weymouth High's many 
bowling enthusiasts. 






FRANK A. AUSTIN, III 

Frosty . . . plans to attend 
college . . . often seen working 
after school . . . after homework 
is completed he is found working 
out at various sports. 

Senior Nominating Comm. 



GALE M. BALDWIN 

Gale ... a cross between hair- 
stylist or IBM operator is her 
ambition . . . seen dancing 
around a miniature golf course 
with roller skates on . . . at- 
tends CYO . . . "Oh, dogs!" 

Library Club 11; F.B.L.A. 11, 
12 





JANICE C. AUSTIN 

Jan . . . wide-eyed and peppy 
. . . enjoys piano and swimming 
. . . her loyal voice can be 
heard at the football games 
above the din of the crowds . . . 
a member of Theta Roe . . . 
"Swingin'!" 

Pep Club 11, 12 



BARBARA N. BANCROFT 

Barb . . . another secretarial 
.school student . . . bowling 
and dancing are high on her list 
. . . hates having a quarter of a 
tank of gas in the car . . . "Beg 
your pardon!" 

Cafeteria Cashier 10; F.B.L.A. 
11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; H.R. 
Msngr. 11; Chorus 12; Senior 
Prom Comm.; Type Certificate 
55; Pep Rally 12 




ANTHONY N. AVERINOS 

Tony ... a boy with drive, be 
it ambition for college, work, 
cars or boating. 



MARY F. BARCELLOS 

Frannie . . . still contemplating 
a career ... a member of the 
Weymouth Sportsmen Club . . . 
enjoys riflery and square danc- 
ing . . . pettly peeved by gos- 
sips. 



Creative Writing 11; 
10 



Orchestra 




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EVELYN M. BARNES 

Evie . . . desires dressmaking 
career . . . sews, knits and 
skates in her spare time ... 
waiting for people is her pet 
peeve . . . "Get off my back." 



Fashion Show 11, 
Crafts Club 12 



12; Arts and 



RONALD L. BEL MONTE 

Ronnie . . . winsome and witty 
. . . goal is business school 
goes for the opposite sex. 

Cross Country 10 





LORNA J. BARNES 

Lorna . . . Weymouth Skating 
Club's favorite member .. . often 
seen whirling about a roller 
skating rink ... or at Logan 
Airport dreaming of the day 
she will be a stewardess in one 
of those jets. 

Mr. Cleaves' Sec't. 12 



SHEILA M. BENNETT 

Sheila . . . life of the party . . . 
wants to go into retailing . . . 
usually found where there's 
music and dancing . . . favorite 
expression"For goodness sake!" 

D.E.C.A. 12; H. R. Msngr. 11; 
Miss Hackett's Ass't 11; Type 
Certificate 60 





MARY E. BARTER 

Mary . . . sweet and neat . . . 
nursing is her ambition . . . en- 
joys aviation and writing. . .ac- 
tive member of the Civil Air 
Patrol, Girl Scouts and a vol- 
unteer at the South Shore Hos- 
pital. 

Reflector 10, 11, Ass't. Ed. 12; 
Future Nurses 10, 11, 12; Trea- 
surer 11; Sophomore Party; 
Jr. Party; Creative Writing 12 



PAULA M. BENOIT 

Pipi . . . chic and cheery . . . 
drawing and skating are two of 
her favorite pastimes. . . parti- 
cipates in CYO . . . she'll soon 
be skillfully handling scissors 
and sprays . . . cannot tolerate 
tardiness. 



D.E.C.A. 12; H.R. Msngr. 
Dance Decorations 11 



11; 





HOWARD R. BEAUSANG 

Buddy . . . one of our top- 
notch hockey players . . . Navy 
will see him next . . . likes 
everything except black walls 
on the tires of cars . . . "Did 
you hear anything?" 



THOMAS A. BERARDINELLI 

Tom ... a working man at 
heart . . . he's happiest when 
working on cars. 

Football 10; Basketball 10; 
Baseball 10; Track 10 





DAVID A. BELCHER 

Dave . . . hopes to further his 
education in electronics ... a 
member of MYF . . . peeved by 
dates? 

Band 10, 11, 12; A.V. 10, 11, 
12; Orchestra 10, 12; Ass't. 
Manager Hockey 11, 12 



PATRICIA A. BERG 

Pat . . . ready and reliable, 
college qualified . . . finds 
reading and sewing most en- 
joyable ... an asset to Rain- 
bow and her Pilgrim Fellow- 
ship . . . peeved by Physics 
"O.K.!" 

Reflector 10, 11, Ed-in-Chief, 
12; Creative Writing 11, 12; 
Future Nurses 10, Junior 
Party 




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PAUL R. BETTS 

Paul . . . hopes to join the 
Navy and become an aviator 
. . . sports and guns give him 
a bang . . . his favorite expres- 
sion, "If you had a brain, you'd 
be an idiot." 





DAVID A. BLAKE 

Dave . . . he'll patrol our shores 
in the Coast Guard . . . driving 
cars and bowling please him 
. . . considers school a hobby? 
. . . "Get lost, will you please?" 



PAUL R. BEVACQUA 

Paul ... a sportsman at heart 
. . . his pet peeve is girls(?) 

Basketball 10; Football 10 





JUDITH A. BLANCHARD 

Judy ... all around good sport 
often found on horseback . . . 
State and New England Roller 
Skating Champion . . . belongs 
to a roller skating club and 
MYF. 

High Honors 10, 11; Class 
Motto 11; Senior Nominating 
Comm.; PepClub 11, 12; P.B.L.A 
11, 12; Mr. Kearney's Sec't. 12; 
Campus 12 



AGATHA M. BIANCUZZO 

Lynn . . . counsellor at Camp 
Everett . . . likes basketball 
. . . pet peeve, rugged people 
. . . favorite saying, "Oh my 
lovin' dear!" 

Chorus 10, 11, 12 





WILLIAM F. BLANCHARD 

Bill . . . sports enthusiast . . . 
usually found working after 
school . . . plans to take Busi- 
ness Administration at college. 

Baseball 10 



PAUL F. BICKNELL 

Paul . . . wants to wear the 
Navy blue . . . he's happy when 
fixing cars. 

Open House 10; Student Coun- 
cil 12 



HERBERT L. BISHOP 

Herb . . . enjoys intellectual 
games such as chess . . . his 
pet peeve is the twig . . . hopes 
to attend Northeastern . . . 
usually heard saying, "No!" 

Track 10; Basketball 10 





FRANCIS A. BOGNANNO 

Frank ... a happy-go-lucky car- 
penter . . . will be driven to a 
job as a truck driver ... an 
avid sports fan from the side- 
lines. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 




CLAIRE M. BOLEN 

Claire . . . will climb the steps 
to business school . . . enjoys 
sewing and cooking ... a CYO 
member . . . peeved by people 
who beat around the bush . . . 
"Good grief!" 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12 



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RUTH E. BORGEN 

Ruthie . . . detests boys who 
are always getting into trouble 
. . . "Get serious" . . . she's 
a bookworm . . . plans to be a 
secretary. 



ESTELLE BOUCHER 

Pifi . . . pretty and petite . . . 
bothered by cliques . . . can be 
seen dancing and skating . . . 
in the future will be beautifying 
many a lady. . . has crossed the 
country to Hollywood, Califor- 



P.B.L.A. 11 



WILLIAM E. BOUDREAU 

Bill . . . never a dull moment 
. . . always enthusiastic . . . 
member of CYO and YMCA . . . 
plans to enter Northeastern to 
become a business manager. 

Campus 12; Senior Prom Comm. 







2 



LOUISE M. BOYNE 

Louise . . . seeking plush posi- 
tion as a foreign trade secre- 
tary . . . can be found working 
at the Radio Shack . . . "Wow!" 
she got another strike . . . she 
likes to plead "the Fifth." 

Spanish Club 11 



WILLIAM C. BRADY 

Bill ... a transfer student 
from Classical High ... a real 
whiz in Trig . . . would like to 
attend Northeastern next year 
. . . cheerleaders are his peeve. 



Football 10, 
Classical 



11, 12; Hi-Y* 



PHILIP A. BRINE 

Phil . . . handsome and quiet 
. . . Bridgewater bound . . . 
sports — he likes them all . . . 
a CYO man . . . peeved by 
cynics. 

Football 10; Winter Track 10, 
11; Baseball 10 



MARGUERITE A. BOURDON 

Peggy, a cute cashier . . . bound 
for Burdett and a future in the 
business world ... an active 
member of her CYO. 

F.B.L.A. 12 





DONALD E. BRISSENDEN 

Don . . . hammers and saws 
will be the tools of his trade 
. . . sports?— he likes them all 
. . . special reports are his 
special peeves. 

Open House 10, 11, 12; Stu- 
dent Council 11; Honors 10, 11 



PATRICIA A. BOURQUE 

Pat . . . found working among 
sheaves of blueprints . . . danc- 
ing's her pleasure . . . look for 
her next year at Chandler. 

Miss Sylvester's Sec't.12; Cap 
and Gown Comm. 





MICHAEL BRONCHUK, IH 

Mike ... a big guy with a bigger 
smile . . . plans to enter col- 
lege after graduation. 



Football 10, 
12 



11, 12; Wrestling 



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OLIVE P. BROOKS 

Page . . . quiet and sincere 
. . . enjoys rollerskating or at 
least the fun that is found at 
the rink . . . dislikes cliques, 
but enjoys the fun a group af- 
fords. 

Spanish Club 11 




PETER L. BRYAN 



Pete . . . owner 
pie Petunia" . . 
at Wessagusset 
ler's Drug Store . 
is flat now?" 
are trying 
gineering 



of the "Pur- 
. often found 
Beach or Mil- 
. . "Which tire 
. . . triangles 
interested in en- 
hopes to attend 



the Air Force Academy. 



Baseball 10; Latin 
Honorable Merit 10; 
11; Key Club 12 



Certificate 
Honors 10, 



EDMOND L. BROWN 

Ebby . . . next stop, Wentworth 
Institute . . . plays a cool 
guitar in a local combo ... a 
CYO'er . . . "Oh, come on!" 




RUSSELL W. BRYANT 

Russ . . . his present and 
future are involved in cars . . . 
special reports are his pet 
peeve . . . frequently says , 
"Crazy boy." 

Open House 11 



GARY P. BROWN 

Gay . . . will be seen building 
our future skyscrapers . . . likes 
just about all outdoor sports 
... a drum and bugle corps 
member . . . "So!" 

Winter Track 10, 11; Spring 
Track 10, 11; Cross Country 
10, 11 




SUZANNE L. BUGBEE 

Sweet Sue ... a smile for 
everyone . . . the waiting list 
is lengthening for a seat on 
Sue's plane. 

Spanish Club 11; Future 
Nurses 11, 12; Reflector Art 
Staff 12 



JUDITH C. BROWN 

Judy . . . pretty and popular 
. . . petite, but sweet . . . life 
is in good hands with Judy 
around! 

Fashion Show 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 
11; Shorthand Certificate 60; 
Mr. Dilorenzo's and Mr. Dwyer's 
Sec't. 12 




SANDRA M. BURKE 

Sandy . . . skating away from 
Weymouth, we shall find Sandy 
going on to success at Burdett 
. . . CYO can be proud of her. 

Junior Party; Type Certificate 
50; Miss McMorrow's and Mr. 
Turcotte's Sec't. 1 2 



PAUL E. BRYAN 

Paul . . . shares and shares 
alike — even his car . . . future- 
troop in the Air Force Academy 
. . . often quotes, "Are you 
runnin' stick?" 

A.V. 10; Honors 10, 11; Key 
Club 12; Senior Nominating Comm 




DOROTHY L. BURRELL 

Dotty . . . open wide, here 
comes a future dental hygenist 
. . . skillful in scuba diving. 

Reflector Literary Staff 10, 11, 
12; Future Nurses 10; Latin 
Certificate of Honorable Merit 
10; Spanish Club 11; Cheer- 
leader 11, 12 



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THOMAS A. BURTON 

Tom . . . eyeing a career as 
an electrician ... a real 
sports bug ... a working man 
at heart. 




RICHARD A. CAMILLERI 

Dick . . . curly black hair . . . 
always smiling . . . wants to 
become a State Police Officer 
. . . doesn't like girls who 
smoke. 



RALPH A. BUSH 

Ralph . . . athletic and good 
natured . . . works hard, but 
takes time out to enjoy sports 
. . . next stop, Burdett College. 

Basketball 10, 11 





PAUL J. CAMPANA, JR. 

Paul . . . entering electronic 
engineering . . . pool, basket- 
ball, hockey, he likes them 
all ... a member of Christian 
Doctrine . . . "Neither a bor- 
rower nor a lender be" . . . 
"Oh, go call Harvey." 



Student Council 10, 11. 
Honors 10, 11 



12; 



ROLAND J. BYRON 

Sandy . . . charms cheerlea- 
ders with an irresistible smile 
. . . today a powerful dancer, 
tomorrow a power engineer. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Baseball 
10 





PAUL E. CAMPBELL 

Paul . . . finds his future "on 
the land and on the sea" in 
the Marine Corps ... a real 
sports enthusiast . . . "Oh, 



JOSEPH P. CAFFERELLI 

Big Daddy . . . easy going fu- 
ture Phys. Ed. teacher . . . 
wrestles with 54 Pontiacs. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Hockey 
10; Spanish Club 11; Wrestling 
12 




MARIE C. CAMFOLI 

Re . . . soon to take her place 
in the secretarial profession 
. . . finds her fun bowling, 
swimming and dancing . . . pet 
peeve is conceited boys. 



THOMAS J. CALDARONE 

Tom . . . the tall boy . . 
plans to enter Burdett . . . a 
crazy. 

Hockey 10, 11 





NORMA P. CAMPOT 

Norma . . . lured by the keys 
of an IBM machine ... a real 
sports enthusiast - she won a 
basketball award . . . doesn't 
like snobs . . . "Somethin' 
fierce!" 



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JOHN P. CANNAVO 



LEONARD F. CARUSO 



Jughead ... a working man at 
heart . . . pool cues and water- 
skis afford him pleasure. 

Baseball 10; D.E.C.A. 12 



Lenny . . . finds his future in 
Algebra or Trig ... an avid 
baseball enthusiast . . . gum 
chewers peeve him. 

Honors 10, 11; Baseball 10; 
Cap and Gown Comm. 12 



NANCY J. CANNON 

Nancy . . . friend to you, to me, 
to future pupils, too ... no 
longer a taciturn Maine resi- 
dent . . . swimming, bowling 
and tennis are tops on her list. 

Latin Club 10; Debate Club 
10; Future Teachers 10, 12; 
Play Reading 12 



RUTHANN M. CAVALLO 

Ruthie . . . Jackson Square's 
favorite soda jerk . . . her 
sunny disposition and pleasing 
smile will make her a popular 
nurse .. . active in CYO. 

Future Nurses 10, 11, 12; Pep 
Club 11, 12; Reflector Adver- 
tising Staff 12 



RONALD B. CARINI 

Ronald ... a prospective 
draftsman . . . happiest when 
near the water - even if it's 
doing work . . . "Oh, how he 
hates to get up in the morning!" 

Football 10 



JAMES H. CAVICCHI, JR. 

Commanche . . . frequently 
found on the football field 
... a member of CYO . . . 
can't wait to receive that 
diploma and tassle. 

Football 12 



KENNETH R. CARPENTER 

Ken . . . airplane mechanics, 
his calling . . . enjoys flying 
father's plane ... a member of 
DeMolay and Christian Doctrine . 

Americanism Essay Contest 
11 



ROY G. CAYON, IH 

Skip . . . will construct his 
career in the Navy . . . likes 
to labor and fix cars . . . "My 
word! There goes another one 
of those women drivers!" 

Open House 10, 11, 12 



HARRY M. CARRELL, JR. 

Bucky ... off to join the ser- 
vice . . . seeks to score on the 
ice ... working hard as a 
stockboy. 

Hockey 10 



BARBARA P. CHAGARIS 

Barbara . . . will take her 
place in the secretarial world 
. . . bowling's her favorite 
pastime ... an ardent admirer 
of our latest trend, short 
skirts . . . "It kind of makes 
you wonder." 



F.B.L.A. 12 




RICHARD J. CHALET 

Dick . . . aiming to be an ar- 
chitectural draftsman. . . kinda 
car crazy . . . bugged by people 
who say, "I don't know" . . . 
what's he say? "I don't know," 
of course. 

Student Council 10, 11; Hon- 
ors 10, 11; Open House 11, 12 



CYNTHIA L. CHANDLER 

Cindy ... a serious student 
headed for Northeastern . . . 
an enthusiastic roller skater 
. . . expresses concern about 
people who are late by ex- 
claiming, "Oh fish!" 

Chorus 12; Honors 11 



ROBERTA I. CHIACHIO 

Bobbie . . . headed for secre- 
tarial work . . . swimming, 
bowling and dancing rate high 
. . . baton twirling, her spe- 
cialty. 

Majorette 11, 12; Football 
Rally 11, 12; Mr. Concannon's 
Sec't. 12; Usherette 11; Senior 
Prom Comm. 



GAIL E. CHRISTENSEN 

Spud . . . cute blonde, always 
ready for fun . . . enjoys bowl- 
ing and trampolining ... a fu- 
ture secretary. 

Campus 11, Secretarial Ed. 12; 
Mrs. Rich's and Mr. Dwyer's 
Sec't. 12; P.B.L.A. 11, 12; 
Senior Prom Comm.; Pep Club 
11; Debate Club 11; Shorthand 
Certificate 60, 80; Honors 10 






SUSAN M. CHASE 

Sue ... at home before an 
audience . . . hopes to become 
a medical secretary even if it 
means rising at 6 A.M. every 
morning . . . "Bananas!" 

Reflector Sec't. 12; Shorthand 
Certificate 60; Mr. Regan's 
Sec't. 12; Library Club 11; 
Play Reading 12; Senior Party 



CHARLES H. CHRISTIE 

Corpus . . . reliable to the end 
. . . hopes to travel about as 
an offset camera man. . . plays 
a cool clarinet and smooth sax. 

High Honors 10,11; Open House 
10,11,12; Student Campus 12; 
Band 10,11,12; Orch. 10,12; 
Southeastern Mass. .Music Fes- 
tival 10,11,12; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 
12; Merit award 11,12; Graphic 
Arts Award 11 






ARLENE P. CHAUSSE 

Sadsack .-. . a future book- 
keeper . . . spent four years 
in Germany . . . works part 
time as a salesgirl. 

F.B.L.A. 12 



LINDSEY A. CHESTER 

Lindy . . . smooth and sophis- 
ticated . . . models on the 
Jordan Marsh Fashion Council 
and is looking forward to a 
career in fashion design . . . 
likes to sew and embroider. 

Reflector Sec't. 12 



JOHN CHRONIAK 

Jack ... no smoking . . . en- 
ergetic, careering in engineer- 
ing . . . belongs to DeMolay, 
and YPF ... a stamp and re- 
cord collector . . . uses Mr. 
Ryder's slang. 

Honors 10, 11; Campus 12; Key 
Club 12; Grad. Dance Comm.; 
Senior Norn. Comm.; Class Motto 
Comm. 11; Jr. Usher 11; Latin 
Certificate of Honorable Merit 
10; Emminent Merit 11 

ALBERT T. CICCHESE, JR. 

Chick . . . plans to teach the 
skills of cabinet making ... at 
home on a gridiron or in the 
water . . . "Neither a borrower 
nor a lender be" . . . "Oh 
meatballs!" 

Student Council 10, 11, 12; 
Student Gov't. 11, 12; Open 
House 11, 12 




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MARJORIE A. CICCHESE 
Margie . . . short, spry and 
schoolspirited . . . tops with a 
typewriter ... at home astride 
a horse or in the water . . . ac- 
tive in CYO . . . dislikes in- 
different boys. 

Pep Club 11, Pres. 12; F.B.L.A. 
11, 12; Miss Canning's Sec't. 12; 
Debate Club 12; Play Reading 
12; Dance Decoration 11; 
Shorthand Certificate 60, 80; 
Typing Certificate 51 



SARAH L. CLEARY 

Sally . . . effervescent person- 
ality, forever friendly . . ."Take 
a letter" is the call of her 
future . . . expresses approval 
with "That's cool!". . . don't 
be fussy around her! 

Senior Nominating Comm.; Fu- 
ture Teachers 11; Spanish Club 
11; Opening Exercises 10 





JANET A. CIRIGLIANO 

Smiley . . . presently a CYO'er 
later a hairdresser . . . bothered? 
"Oh! He drives meup the wall!" 

H.R. Msngr. 10; Opening Exer- 
cises 10, 11; Honors 10; Li- 
brary Club 11; Pep Club 11, 
12: F.B.L.A. 11, 12 



BARBARA J. CLEMENT 

Barbie . . . today a library 
page, tomorrow a teacher . . . 
says "Smile" at oral talk time 
... a creative writer. 

Creative writing 11,12; Chorus 
10,11; Reflector 12; Honors 
10,11; Spring Concert 10,11; 
Southeastern Music Festival 
10, 11; Latin Certificate of 
Merit 10, 11; Opening Exer- 
cises 10 





JOHN I. CLAPP 

Jack . . . makes friends easily 
. . . active in DeMolay and 
PF . . . future plans revolve 
around a career in banking . . . 
interested in meteorology . . . 
dislikes deceitful people. 



SANDRA J. COLARUSSO 

Sandy . . . ambitious and hard- 
working . . . yearns for a plush 
job behind a typewriter . . . 
being on skis all summer would 
suit her fine . . . "Fiddle- 
sticks!" 

Campus Sec't 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 
Sec't. 12; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 12; Mr. Harrington's 
Sec't. 12; Pep Club 12; Honors 
11; Shorthand Certificate 60, 
80; Typing Certificate 55 





BRIAN H. CLARK 

Bri . . . aspires to the priest- 
hood ... an active member of 
CYO . . . disapproves of the 
drivers on the road today . . . 
often jokingly asks, "What are 
you, some kind of a nut or 
something?" 

Library Club 12 



RUSSELL C. COLE 

Russ . . . seeking to serve his 
country ... an avid sports fan 
. . . finds his sister his chief 
pet peeve . . . might greet you 
with "Why not!" while working 
as a grocery boy. 





CAROL J. CLARK 

Carol . . . seeking a secretarial 
position ... a camera bug at 
heart . . . "Gee!" 



DOUGLAS C. COLEMAN 

Lil' one . . . dreams of design- 
ing a Renault without bucket 
seats . . . often found polishing 
his car . . . basketball and 
football are favorite pastimes. 

Thayer Academy 10; Cambridge 
Academy 11; Class Play 12 




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PATRICK A. COLLINS 

Cakes . . . usually foundjoking, 
but occasionally has a serious 
side to his personality . . . can 
be heard saying "That's not 
right!" ... has anyone seen 
the milkman? 

Sophomore Party; Junior Party; 
Senior Prom Comm.; Pep Rally 
12; Dance D.J. 



ROBERT W. COLLINS 

Bob ... a ham radio enthu- 
siast who has communicated 
with Okinawa . . . what a radio 
technician he'll be! . . . enjoys 
a good game of Chess. 

Football 10 



THEODORE R. COONEY 

Ted . . . seeking success . . . 
participates in CYO . . . "Out- 
standing!" 

Cross Country 10, 11, 12; 
Winter Track 10, 11. 12; Spring 
Track 10, 12 



MAUREEN J. CORBO 

Reene . . . will take up her 
palette at Mass. Art School . . . 
now attending Saturday classes 
there . . . "Grubbies!" 

Reflector Art Staff 10, 11, Art 
Ed. 12; Pep Club 11; Posters 
12; Dance Decoration 11; Prop 
Comm. 11; Gym Team 12; 
Class Banquet Comm. 12 






PATRICIA E. COMISKEY 

Pat . . . has a friendly disposi- 
tion and happy word for every- 
one . . . modern jazz rates high 
on her list . . . conscientious 
student . . . hopes to enter 
B.C. next fall. 

Campus 11, Photography Ed. 
12; Pep Club 11, 12; Gym Team 
11,12; Honors 10,11; Graduation 
Dance Comm. 12; H.R. Treas. 12 



MARGARET M. CORDANI 

Peggy . . . Oh! those dimples 
. . . looks to a future in combs 
and coiffures ... a member of 
CYO . . . annoyed by people 
who don't finish what they're 
saying. 





JOHN M. CONNOR 

Mike . . . winner of the Dairy 
Grand Championship today, a 
farmer of tomorrow ... an ac- 
tive 4-H'er. 



KATHLEEN M . CORRIGAN 

Kathy . . . cute, friendly and 
fun . . . don't blink or you'll 
miss her . . . will meet college 
with a flip . . . whether riding 
a cloud or horse called "Gin- 
ger," this kid's a champ. 

Cheerleader 11, Captain 12; 
Class Sec't. 12; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 
12; Gym Team 11, 12; Student 
Council 12 





ARTHUR E. COOK 

Cookie . . . wants to join the 
Navy and see the world ... a 
member of CYO and Sea Scouts 
... a boating enthusiast . . . 
please don't race your engine 
just because it's cold! 

Open House 10, 11, 12 



RICHARD T. CORSON 

Dick . . . tends toward be- 
coming an electrical techni- 
cian . . . enjoys Rip Van 
Winkle's favorite pastime . . . 
low financial funds peeve him. 

Student Council 10, 11, 12; 
Open House 10, 11, 12; Honors 
10, 11; Merit Award 11 




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EDMOND D. COSBY 

Ed ... a future mountain 
climber. . . enjoys camping. . . 
a real sportsman . . . Ed's 
favorite expression, "In a 
hurry?" 





ROBERT E. COULSEY 

Bob . . . headed for college 
. .. takes an active part in 
church work ... he despises 
brothers! 

Campus 12; A.V. 10, 11 



JOSEPH S. COSTA 

Joe . . . bound for Burdett and 
a future in the business world 
... a sports fan all the way. 





JANE COUNIHAN 

Jane . . . cool and quiet . . . 
anticipates life behind a steno 
pad . . . "For heavens sake!" 
Let's go bowling. 



THOMAS A. COSTA 

Tommy . . . carefree and Cor- 
vette - crazy ... a whiz on 
the ice . . . he'll need a good 
sales pitch where he's headed. 



Hockey 10, 11, 
tive Ed. 12 



12; Distribu- 





KAREN E. COUTURE 

Karen . . . another Florence 
Nightingale ... a bowler and 
a CYO'er . . . "I'm sorry!" 

Future Nurses 10, 11, 12; H.R. 
Rep. 11 



WALTER E. COSTELLO.JR. 

Walla ... a cool clown . . . 
hates the morning after the 
night before . . . would like to 
practice his tact in the Diplo- 
matic Service . . . "Hi!" 

Senior Nominating Comm. 



ALFRED H. COTTEN, III 

Butch ... an avid sports en-, 
thusiast and member of Wes- 
sagussett Yacht Club . . . 
hammers and nails will be tools 
of his trade . . . interruptions 
during lunch hour bug him. 



Student Gov't 
House 11, 12 



11, 12; Open 






JUDITH A. COX 

Judie ... a real working girl 
. . . hates to stay in on week- 
ends. 

D.E.C.A. 12 



CHARLES F. CRAIG 

Chuck . . . six feet plus, strong 
and silent . . . you can sleep 
tonight, Chuck is awake in the 
Naval Reserve. 

Winter Track 10, 11, 12; Spring 
Track 10, 11, 12 



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RICHARD H. CROCKER 

Rick . . . now active in the 
Naval Reserve . . . after school 
he'll take one step beyond - 
the Navy . . . electronics is 
his field of interest . . . warns 
"don't!" 





GARY W. CURTIN 



Gary 



will eventually be- 



come an associate to Perry 



Mason . 
skating. 



happiest when ice- 



Hockey 10, 11, 12; Tennis 11, 
12 



RITA J. CROSS 

Reet . . . wanted - 
office to type in . . 
around on her prize 
horse ... no pep? 
kidding!" 

Senior Prom Comm. 



a plush 
gallops 
winning 

"Are you 





ALAN A. CURTIS 

Al . . . always carefree, noth- 
ing bothers him ... a future 
farmer. 



JUDITH A. CROUSE 

Judy . . . amiable and unselfish 
... a credit to her CYO . . . 
. . . college, her destination 
. . . home in the water .... 
"For goodness sakes!" 

Spanish Club 11, 12; Future 
Teachers 11, 12 





PETER F. DALEY, JR. 

Pete . . . artistically inclined 
. . . hopes to paint his future 
an active CYO'er ... a Satur- 
day student at Mass. Art. 

Campus Art Staff 11, 12 



LYNDA R. CROWLEY 

Salty . . . certain to be a suc- 
cessful secretary . . . what 
about a certain Ford? "It 
bugs me the most!" 



RICHARD J. CUNNIFF 

Rick ... a college, prospect 
... on water - boats and 
fishes ... on land - detests 
slow drivers minus the slang. 

Book Room 10, 11, 12; Latin 
Certificate of Superior Merit 
10; Honorable Merit 11; Key 
Club 12 





LESLIE L. DALTON 

Les . . . dramatic and creative 
... an individualist ... 
dances, writes, acts and sings 
with equal ability . . . looks 
forward to a dancing career 
. . . has taken steps in that 
direction with her highly 
praised work at the Music 
Circus. 



GRETCHEN DAMON 

Gree ... an air of sophistica- 
tion marks her appearance . . . 
casualness, her personality 
. . . "Stay cool" . . . preparing 
herself for a career in Journa- 
lism, she is found working as a 
soda jerk. 

Cheerleader 11, 12; Campus 
12; Honors 10, 11; Future Tea- 
chers 11; Earth Science Club 
11; Prop Comm. 11; Senior Prom 
Comm.; Dance Decoration 11 



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JUDITH A. DANVERS 

Judy . . . friendly and helpful 
... all the requirements of a 
future nurse . . . active member 
of CYO . . . "Hey, Guys!" 

Future Nurses 11, 12; Pep Club 
11, 12 



GEORGE K. DARLING 

George . . . "Gorgeous George" 
... a real Darling when it 
comes to that extra scoop of 
ice cream . . . heading for col- 
lege. 

Football 10, 11; Debate Club 
12; Honors 10 



CAROL F. DAVIS 

Carol . . . quiet and conscien- 
tious . . . delights in playing 
fine piano music ... an asset 
to her CYO . . . college quali- 
fied. 

High Honors 10; Honors 11 




JANET DeGREGORY 

Janet . . . personality plus . . . 
Vice-Pres. of her CYO . . . she'll 
have the bosses after her when 
she becomes a secretary . . . 
"Hawaya?" 

F.B.L. A. 11; Vice-Pres. 12; Soph. 
Party; Jr. Party; Pep Club 11; 
Sr. Ban. Comm.; Honors 10, 11; 
Miss Stockwell's Sec't. 12 



JOHN M. DELEHANTY 

Jack . . . good natured. . . loves 
the world, happy with everything 
. . . industrious student . . . ac- 
tive in BSA . . . a born politician. 

Campus 12;Key Club, Treas. 12; 
Debate Club 12; Book Room 11, 
12; Latin Award of Superior Merit 
11, 12; Honors 10, 11; Cap and 
Gown Comm. 12 



CHARLES L. DeLOREY 

Charlie . . . here he comes with 
a hearty "Hi-Ho Silver," it's 
Charlie . . . belongs to CYO and 
Scouts . . . would like to be an 
offset lithographer, that is . . . 
peeved by people who leave win- 
dows open on cold days ... "I 
don't know." 

Cross Country 11, 12; Winter 
Track 11, 12; Spring Track 11, 
12; Band 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 
10, 12; Campus 12 



WILLIAM C. DAWES 

Bill ... a sharp square dancer 
and swift swimmer . . . parti- 
cipates in PF ... on the road 
to college. 

A.V. 10, Manager 11, 12 




JOHN A. DeLUCA 

John . . . "Cicero H" . . . next 
stop, college ... a whiz on the 
ice, aleader in CYO . . . cameras 
and test tubes fascinate him. 

Hockey 10, 11, 12; High Honors 
10, 11; Senior Nominating Comm.; 
Reflector 11, 12; Class Motto 
11; Latin Certificate of Eminent 
Merit 10, Superior Merit 11; 
Junior Usher 



PAUL L. DeCOSTA 

Paul . . . sets his future in type 
. . . judo flips him . . . likes to 
linger over lunch . . . "No 
sweat" 

Cross Country 11; Open House 
10, 11, 12; Campus 12 




SHARON R. DeMEULE 

Ronnie . . . will be found filling 
out medical reports ... is found 
working as a soda jerk in her 
spare time. 

F.B.L. A. 11, 12; Future Nurses 
10; Miss Stockwell's and Mr. 
Adams' Sec't. 12; Type Certifi- 
cate 50; Shorthand Certificate 60 



112 



CARLEDA A. DEMPSEY 

Demps . . . will be an asset to 
the Univ. of Mass. . . . can be 
found admiring two-piece bathing 
suits and convertibles . . . dis- 
likes disorganization . . . has 
crossed the U.S. six times. 

Chorus 10, 11,12; Orchestra 10, 
11; Pep Club 11; Prop Comm. 
11; Reflector Advertising Staff 
12; Honors 10, 11; Spring Con- 
cert 10, 11, 12; Southeastern 
District Music Festival 10, 11 

DAVID W, DESMOND 

Dave . . . tends toward becoming 
a communications technician . . . 
a bowling bug . . . loyal and loud 
belongs to Saint Francis 
Xavier Drum and Bugle Corps 
that is. 

Basketball 10; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 12 




VALERIE J. DiGRAVIO 

Val . . . little and lively . . . 
sees a future in a beauty shop 
. . . finds bowling fun . . . "You 
know what?" 

Pep Club 12; F.B.L.A. 12 



ALBERT A. DiLORENZO 

Al . . . feels the enchantment 
of Mexico luring him. 



MARY T. DESMOND 

Desi . . . her future will be in 
pill bottles . . . loves to paint 
... a member of CYO and Good 
Council Club .. . "Mumma!" 



Future Nurses 
11, 12 



10, 11; Campus 





JANET R. DiTOMMASO 

Jan . . . headed for a career as 
a private secretary . . . excels 
on the alley.. . "Bean Bag!" 



RUTH E. DESMOND 

Ruthie . . . called to the keys 
of an IBM machine ... at home 
astride a horse ... a member of 
of CYO . . . waiting gets her 
goat whether it's for people or 
buses. 

Mr. Bernath's Sec't. 12 





DONNA A. DOHERTY 

Dondo . . . will soon be found 
working as a secretary . . . her 
employer will have to be short 
because she dislikes tall men. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Campus staff 
11, 12; Prom Comm. 12; Honors 
10; Miss Flaherty's Sec't. 12 



KAREN J. DiGRAVIO 

Karen . . . will be found looking 
down at us through the windows 
of a plane between breaks from 
serving passengers . . . shuns 
people who make up stories. 

Pep Club 11, 12; Dance Decora- 
tion 11; Campus 12 





CAROL A. DOLLY 

Carol . . . always in earnest 
. . . someday soon she'll take 
her place in the teaching profes- 
sion ... a fan of all sports . . . 
she's had the "luck of the Irish" 
to visit fair Eire. 

FutureNurses 11; Mr. McCarthy's 
Sec't. 12; Future Teachers 12 



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BEVERLY M. DONOVAN 

Bev . . . always smiling . . . 
destination, business school 
... at home astride a horse or 
at a 4-H Club meeting . . . her 
talent with the baton has won 
many an award . . . waiting for 
people peeves her. 

Majorette 11, Head 12; Cap and 
Gown Comm. 12; F.B.L.A. 12 



EDWARD V. DRINAN 

Big Ed ... a real clowny char- 
acter . . . civil engineering is 
his future . . . he's a natural 
Nature Boy ... dislikes girls 
who smoke . . . often heard 
saying "Oooooooooo, who'd da 
babe?" 

Baseball 10; Basketball 10; 
Football 10, 11, 12; Key Club 
12; Senior Prom Comm.; Senior 
Nominating Comm. 






V 


1 



JACQUELINE E. DONOVAN DAVID C. DRISCOLL 



Jacquie . . . collects records 
and travel stickers ... pet 
peeve, false friends and prying 
people . . . would like to take a 
trip to California and Hawaii . . . 
"That's life!" 

Pep Club 12 



Dave . . . Daniel Boone of our 
class . . . likes exploring and 
scouting . . . tramped around 
Europe and U.S.A. . . . hopes to 
attend Pressman's Technical 
Trade School in Tennessee . . . 
bothered by people who step on 
his shiny- shoes . . . "Get off 
my back!" 

Open House 10, 11, 12 





FRANCIS C. DOW, JR. 

Frank . . . chemistry his calling 
. . . hopes to study at North- 
eastern ... a real sportsman 



WAYNE W. DUNN 

Wayne . . . headed for a career 
in our great out-of-doors after 
forestry college ... he shoots 



his interests include swimming up a storm in Ned Butline's 
and hunting. Muzzle Loading Rifle Club. 





MARK W. DOWDS 

Mark . . . intelligence and per- 
sonality plus . . . his track 
shoes often sweep him across 
fields . . . ranks as an Eagle 
Scout . . . his future lies within 
ivy covered walls. 

Band 10, 11; Cross Country 11, 
12; Winter Track 11, 12; Spring 
11, 12; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; 
Junior Usher; Student Council 
12; Class Motto 11 



CHERYL A. DWYER 

Cheryl . . . will be a perfect 
dental assistant for she will 
insist they drink lots of milk 
... is an active member of the 
United Fund . . . "Oh.really!" 



Junior Party; 
Campus 12; Mr. 
12 



F.B.L.A. 11; 
White's Sec't. 





DONNA J. DOYLE 

Donna . . . will be a paragon in 
the modeling world . . . will be 
found saying "That's too bad, 
too" if her fashions are not 
sold . . . she will no doubt ig- 
nore her "gossipping" customers. 

H.R. Msngr. 10; Sophomore Party 
Honors 10; Debate Club 11; 
Junior Party; F.B.L.A. 11; Play 
Reading 12; Type Certificate 
50; Campus 12 



CAROLYN A. EASON 

Carol . . . fascinated by the 
keys of an IBM machine . . . 
artistically inclined and es- 
pecially fashion minded. 

Library Staff 11; Mr. Whitmore's 
Sec't. 12 




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DAVID C. EDGREN 



Dave . . 
Hawaii" 
and cars 



dreams of "Blue 
. goes for bowling 
. "Is that right!" 



BARBARA A. ELD RIDGE 

Barb . . . still contemplating a 
career . . . equally skillful 
with bowling ball and basket- 
ball . . . belongs to CYO . . . 
bugged by boys. 

Pep Club 11, 12 



JAMES H. ENSOR 

Jim . . . hopes to be heard over 
the air ... a member of CYO 
... his little brother is his 
big peeve. 

Football 10; Baseball 10; 
Band 11, 12; Orchestra 12 



PETER A. ERLANDSON 

Pete . . . long and lanky . . . 
headed for electronic engin- 
eering ... a star track man . . . 
belongs to C.E. 

AV 10; Cross Country 11, 12; 
Winter Track 11, 12; Spring 
Track 11, 12 






MARCIA J. ELKIN 

Marcia . . . she sets her sights 
high - a millionaire! . . . be- 
longs to Rainbow . . . doesn't 
like detention, we wonder why? 
. . . "Poo!" 



ROBERT T. ELMS 

Bob . . . quiet intelligence . . . 
slides a rule and a cool trom- 
bone . . . heading for an en- 
gineering degree. 

Band 10, 11, 12 



JEANNETTE ESPEJO 

Jeannette ... an import from 
France to East Weymouth . . . 
her crystal ball tells her that 
she will be a secretary . . . 
belongs to CYO . . . came to 
U.S. this year and speaks ex- 
cellent English . . . "Parlez 
vous francais?" 



MARY E. EVANS 

Mary . . . Lowell Thomas of our 
class. . . been to Guam, Japan, 
Hawaii and all over U.S. . . . 
next stop, Leland Powers 
School of Radio and T.V. . . . 
pet peeve, narrow-minded 
people . . . "O Gee!" 



Creative Writing 
Reading 12 



12; Play 






GEORGE F. ENSOR, JR. 

Kippy ... a student of avia- 
tional electronics in the 
Marines . . . enjoys boating 
and water skiing . . . belongs 
to CYO. 

Band 10, 11; Orchestra 10, 11, 
12; Cap and Gown Comm. 12 



CHARLES J. FAFARA 

Charlie . . . pull out the plug 
and man the plunger, here's our 
future plumber . . . enjoys 
clean cars and people who keep 
them looking that way. 




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JOSEPH F. FAGAN 

Joe ... a member of the fa- 
mous Fagans . . . speaks Greek 
fluently . . . Boston College is 
his eventual goal ... a basket- 
ball fan. 

Senior Party 



RITA M. FARQUHAR 

Rita . . . happy and helpful . . . 
will make a fine practical nurse 
. . . buzzes through sports with 
a song. 

Chorus 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Pep 
Club 12 




BARBARA R. FAIRFIELD 

Barbie . . . plans to enter re- 
tail merchandising . . . dreams 
of a trip to Alaska . . . active 
member of Rainbow. 

D.E.C.A. 12 



THERESA M. FARRELL 

Terry ... a future "angel of 
mercy" ... at home astride a 
horse or on the dance floor- 
can be found in a pharmacy. 

Mr. Dolan's Sec't. 12 







WILLIAM D. FAIRFIELD 

Bill ... a boy with a good 
sense of humor . . . aiming to 
be an architect . . . likes base- 
ball, fishing and bowling ... a 
member of youth group . . . dis- 
likes teachers who "step on 
your feet." 

Student Council 10; Senior Ban- 
quet Comm. 



JUDITH A. FARREN 

Judy . . . interested in elemen- 
tary ed . . . the Spiral Bowling 
Team will be champs with her 
able assistance ... a loyal 
CYO'er. 

Future Teachers 11, 12; Pep 
Club 11; Reflector Advertising 
Staff 11; writes the high school 
column for the Ledger 





BARBARA E. FALARDEAU PRISCILLA M. FERRELL 



Barby . . . poised and perky 
... at home on the ice or be- 
hind a typewriter . . . may be- 
come Mademoiselle covergirl 
as a John Robert Powers grad- 
uate. 



Pep 
12 



Club 12; Reflector Sec't 



Priscilla . . . pert and lively 
. . . looking for some books to 
keep . . . sings her way through 
school. Rainbow and Fellowship. 

Chorus 10,11,12; F.B.L.A. 12 





KATHRYN R. FALL 

Kathy ... a keen mind and a 
willing heart . . . will remember 
Girls' State for a long time . . . 
a certain success on any col- 
lege campus . . . here's hoping 
it's Stonehill! 

Future Teachers 11; Pep Club 
11; Creative Writing 11,12; Sr. 
Nominating Comm.; Girls' State 
11; Semi-finalist Merit Scholar- 
ship Test 11 



PHILIP A. FERRISI 

Phil ... a great joker . . . will 
fill a position in IBM work . . . 
a real sportsman . . . hates 
stale jokes. 

Track 10; Football 10 




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JAMES J. FERRY 

Jim . . . just plain nice . . . 
college bound ... a loyal De- 
Molay all the way! . . . basket- 
ball and baseball, his pastimes 
"It's a blast!" 

Cap and Gown Comm. 12; Foot- 
ball Scoreboard 12 



JOHN F. FITZGERALD 

Fitz . . . quiet and congenial 
. . . ambition - mathematics 
career . . . interested in model 
cars and stamps. 

Key Club 12; Reflector Adver- 
tising Staff 12; Intramurals 
10; Latin Merit Award 10 






HENRY M. FIELD 

Henry . . . his wit is as sharp 
as a razor's edge . . . hopes to 
go to college ... an avid 
sports fan, especially basket- 
ball. 



JOHN C. FINCH 

Rabbit . . . watch out guys! 
- here comes the M.P. . . . 
what's he done to that '36 
coupe now! . . . his speed on 
land and sea have brought him 
many an award . . . "There you 
go!" 

Student Gov't. 11, 12 



NANCY M. FITZGERALD 

Nancy . . . friendliness is her 
attribute . . . finds an IBM 
future fascinating . . . "Oh, 
good !" 



F.B.L.A. 11, 12; 
Fashion Show 10 



Chorus 12; 



RICHARD J. FITZGERALD 

Hector . . . hopes to be heard 
over the air ... a working man 
. . . finds records and dancing 
oh! so enjoyable. 

D.E.C.A 12 





JOANNE M. FISH 

Fishie . . . "Stetson's twin" 
. . . keeps us laughing with her 
witty remarks . . . plans in- 
clude junior college . . . ice 
skating rates high. 

Reflector Art Staff 12; Dance 
Decoration 11; Campus 12 



RICHARD B. FITZGIBBON 

Fitzie ... a mechanical genius 
with cars . . . will be a service 
man after graduation. 





SANDRA L. FISHER 

Sandy . . . quiet and sweet 
. . . tops with a typewriter 
... at home on the dance 
floor . . . thinks all sports are 
great. 

Mr. Ryder's Sec't. 12 



ETHEL R. FITZPATRICK 

Fitzie . . . seeking a typewriter 
and steno pad ... at home on 
the dance floor ... a CYO'er 
. . . Wow! it's another strike. 



Cap and 
F.B.L.A 
11, 12 



Gown Comm. 12; 
11, 12; Pep Club 




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PATRICIA A. FLANAGAN 

Pat . . . another Delia Street 
. . . she loves to bowl and 
could dance all night. 

Reflector Advertising Staff 
12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 
12; Dance Decoration 11; 
Fashion Show 10 



KENNETH R. FLOYD 

Ken . . . most happy fella . . . 
works hard . . . you'll find 
him in sports. 



Senior Nominating 
Student Council 11 



Comm.; 







I 







MICHAEL A. FORTUNATO, Jr. 

Mike . . . he'll soar to success 
as an Air Force pilot . . . 
sports and cars get all his 
spare time. 

Track 10 



DONNA M. FRANCIS 

Donna . . . tops with a type- 
writer, that'll be her career 
... a member of CYO ... at 
home on the dance floor . . . 
crazy about sports. 

Pep Club 10. 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 
12; Mrs. Pileggi's Sec't. 12 



DAVID W. FOOTE 

Dave ... a friend indeed . . . 
always busy, but never too 
busy . . . pediatrics? those 
lucky kids! . . . Master Coun- 
cilor of DeMolay. ."Wanna buy a 
dance ticket? Ah, come on, no 
school spirit? 

Student Council 11, Pres. 12; 
Campus 12; Key Club 11, 12; 
J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Vice- 
Pres. of the Senior Class; 
Junior Usher; Honors 10, 11 





DOREEN FRAZIER 

Fifi . . . college, her destina- 
tion; teaching, her goal . . . 
excels on the ice and on the 
alley . . . "knuckle crackers" 
make her want to scream . . . 
"It was a riot!" 

Future Teachers 11, 12; Senior 
Nominating Comm., Senior 
Prom Comm.; Honors 10, 11 



ANITA E. FORD 

Nita . . . finds her future in 
hair pins and curlers . . . 
dancing is her pastime, Rain- 
bow is her club. 



F.B.L.A. 
coration 
Sec't. 12 



11. 
11; 



12; Dance De- 
Mr. Boland's 




ROBERT A. FREDA 

Bob . . . destination, college 
... a CYO'er . . . races about 
with the Blue Angels. 

Student Council 10, 11; Open 
House 10, 12 



VINCENT R. FORGIONE 

Vincent. . ."Anchors Aweigh!" 
- he's off to join the Navy . . . 
knows a car from spark plug 
to drive shaft. 





ARLENE W. FRYAR 

Wendy . . . pert and peppy, al- 
ways on the go . . . looking 
toward a job at the head of a 
class . . . the girl behind the 
hats at Cains . . . can't un- 
derstand why people are shy. 

Honors 10; Reflector Adver- 
tising Staff 11, 12; Future 
Teachers 11, 12; Debate Club 
11; Future Nurses 10; Pep 
Club 11; Senior Party Comm. 



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DALE M. FUCCI 

Dale . . . quiet efficiency . . . 
will make a fine secretary . . . 
enjoys sewing and CYO. 

Mr. Longridge's Sec't. 12 





GAIL E. GALLANT 

Gail . . . dependable and ef- 
ficient . . . what a secretary 
she'll be . . . she's an asset 
to her bowling team, too! 

Mr. Ferguson's Sec't. 12; Pep 
Club 12; F.B.L.A. 12; Typing 
Certificate 63; Shorthand 
Certificate 60 



PETER L. GAGE 

Pete . . . terrific with the 
type . . . avid bowling and 
roller skating fan . . . don't 
bother him in the morning! 
. . . "Could be!" 





RONALD C. GALLIHER 

Ron . . . the sky's the limit for 
the things he'll build . . . 
zoom! he'll race his way to 
Indianapolis with the Blue 
Angels if women drivers don't 
get in the way . . . "Oh, you 
big turkey!" 

Student Council 10, 11; Class 
Motto 11; Open House 10, 11, 12. 



RAYMOND D. GAGNON 

Ray . . . "on the land and on 
the sea with United . States 
Marines — " . . . excels on 
the alley, — wow! another 
strike. . .his particular peeve , 
girls that smoke. 

Football 11; Basketball 10, 
11, 12; Spring Track 11 





DAVID G. GARRAN 

Dave . . . happiest when at 
the bottom of the sea . . . looks 
to the sky for his future . . . 
scores on the ice for the Old 
Colony Hockey Team. 

Hockey Team 12 



VALERIE W. GALE 

Val ... an intelligent student 
will be at the steering wheel 
as a nuclear engineer . . . but 
silence will have to prevail, 
she dislikes people who read 
out loud. 





DONNA V. GARRISON 
Donna . . . busy as a bee . . . 
always bubbling over with 
energy . . . future elementary 
school teacher . . . active in 
Rainbow and Church Fellow- 
ship. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, Chairman 
12; Student Council 11; Sec't. 
SE Mass. Convention 12; Sr. 
Norn. Comm.; Class Motto 11; 
Campus 12; Creative Writing 12; 
Soph. Party; Latin award of Hon. 
Merit 10/ 11; Honors 10, 11 



JOANNE H. GALLAGHER 

Joanie . . . will take her 
place behind a receptionist's 
desk . . . enjoys dancing and 
singing ... a member of CYO 
. . . "Jingo's!" 





ROBERT A. GATES 

Bob . . . looks to the sky for 
his future in the Air Force 
. . . enjoys fixing cars. 

Open House 11, 12 



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MAUREEN L. GATTO 

Reene . . . her greatest de- 
sire, to be a housewife . . . 
her greatest dislike, people 
making fun of people all the 
time. 




BARRY L. GIBBS 

Barry . . . will be an asset to 
his associates in the chemical 
engineering profession . . . can 
be found in his boat during the 
summer. 

Basketball 10, 11; Junior Usher, 
Campus 12 



CATHERINE R. GAUVIN 

Cathy . . . hair pins and curlers 
will be tools of her trade . . . 
is an avid collector of re- 
cords . . . "Help!" 

Miss Morris's Sec't. 12; Senior 
Prom Comm.; Fashion Show 
11; Shorthand 80; Pep Club 
11; D.E.C.A. 12 





AURELIE L. GILES 

Lee Lee . . . will travel with 
the Foreign Service . . . presi- 
dent of her LRY group ... re- 
ceived an award for community 
service from the N.E. Key- 
board Club musician's test. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 
10; Creative Writing 12; Honors 
10, Latin Merit Certificate 10 



DONNA M. GERRY 

Donna . . . will take her place 
in the world of IBM ... a 
member of CYO . . . dancing 
and music please her . . . 
"Holy cow!" 

Pep Club 12; F.B.L.A. 12 





JAMES E. GILES, III 

Jimmy . . . dignified and de- 
bonaire . . . college, his destin- 
ation . . . happiest while 
sailing . . . his home port, 
Tahanto Yacht Club. 

Chemistry Club 11; Debate Club 
12; Lab Ass't. 12 



NANCY J. GERSTEL 

Nance. . . is at home on the 
dance floor or on a horse ... a 
future commercial artist . . . 
this 4-H member is peeved by 
gum snapping . . . "Jumpin' 
Jiminie!" 



Mr. Mahn's 
hand 80 



Sec't. 12; Short- 





ROSEMARY K. GILLAN 

Rosemary . . . headed for a 
typewriter and steno pad . . . 
you just can't keep her away 
from the water . . . talkative 
people get her goat . . . "Oh, 
me!" 



JOHN R. GHUBLIKIAN, JR. 

Jack . . . college is his imme- 
diate goal . . . tennis and bowl- 
ing rate high among his outside 
interests . . . pleasing to all 
with his everyday smile . . . 
active in DeMolay and LRY 
. . . annoyed by people who 
don't study during study periods. 

Band 10, 12 





ROBERT K. GILLESPIE 

Dizze . . . carefree and con- 
genial . . . facing the future 
with T-square in hand . . . fast 
on the track and ice as well. 

Football 10 



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LLOYD L. GILLIE 

Gillie . . . comes all the way 
from East Bridgewater . . . en- 
joys working on cars . . . his 
big dislike is a natural one, 
homework . . . "That's life!" 

Vice Pres. W.V.S. 12; Open 
House 10, 11, 12; Student 
Council 11, 12; Student Gov't, 
11, 12; Honors 11 



DAVID C. GILLIGAN 

Dave . . . contemplating col- 
lege . . . loves anything to do 
with roadster relics. 

Chorus 10 




CAROLE E. GOKEY 

Goke . . . with her flirtatious 
smile, she'll do well in the 
business world . . . will prob- 
ably enter a school where they 
have trampolining courses . . . 
when you hear "Beg your par- 
don" look for Carole. 

P.B.L.A. 12; Reflector Adver- 
tising Staff 12; Pep Club 12; 
Dance Decoration 11, 12; 
Type Certificate 58; Senior 
Prom Comm. 

HARVEY S. GOKEY 

Gok . . . is hair conscious, al- 
though he gets it messed up 
when boxing . . . plans to en- 
ter a business college . . . 
will probably hold various jobs 
in the future. 



A.V. 10; Football 
Decoration 11 



10; Dance 



JOSEPH A. GILPIN, JR. 

Joe . . always laughing . . . 
Bridgewater may be the center 
of his activities in September 
. . . those dollar signs in his 
eyes may be attributed to his 
job as treasurer in CYO. 

Cross Country 10; Winter Track 
10; Latin Merit Certificate 10; 
Future Teachers 12 




KAREN A. GOLDSWORTHY 

Crickett ... a conscientous 
student . . . destined to be a 
dental assistant ... a bowling 
bug . . . loyal to her MYF . . . 
"Oh, shoot! , do we have 
homework again this weekend?" 

High Honors 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 
11, 12; Mr. Kearney's Sec't. 
12; Shorthand Certificate 60, 
80, 100; Type Certificate 56 



ALBERT P. GIORDANI, JR. 

Alge . . . number one Cassa- 
nova of W.H.S. - self-appointed , 
of course . . . he'll build a 
road to his future. 




CHARLES K. GOOD ALE 



Charlie 
around . 
mediate 
future. 



. . always clowning 
. college is the im- 
blueprint for his 



Football manager 10; Spring 
Track 10, 12 



RICHARD M. GLYNN 

Dick . . . facing the future with 
T-square in hand . . . swims 
and skin dives through the 
summer . . . home port, Wessa- 
gussett Yacht Club . . . "That's 
what I'm here for!" 

Student Council 10, 11; Honors 
10, 11 




ELIZABETH M. GOODROW 



Betty . . . 
students . 
behind a 
CYO'er . 



one of our quieter 
. soon to be seated 
typewriter ... a 
. roller skating and 



stock races get her vote. 



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DAVID T. GOODSPEED 

Dave . . . reserved blond . . . 
one of our best toad-hunting, 
firecracker cracking students 
. . . hopes to make a govern- 
ment academy or college . . . 
golfer? . . . swimmer? . . . 
"Oh! I give up." 



CHERYL J. GREENE 

Cheri . . . real cute . . . bub- 
ling with personality . . . sure 
to be a success as a private 
secretary . . . belongs to Rain- 
bow and Theta Roe . . . "Oh, 
brother!" 

Sophomore Party; Cap and 
Gown Comm. 12; Pep Club 12 





JAY R. GOULD 

Jay . . . one of our live wires 
. . . always jesting . . .heading 
for college . . . traveling man, 
lived in almost every state in- 
cluding Hawaii . . . "Whoo 
Ruff!" 

Football 10, 11, 12; Spanish 
Club 11; Key Club 12; Senior 
Nominating Comm.; Senior Prom 
Honors 11 Comm.; 



ERNEST C. GREER 

Ernest . . . tall and handsome 
. . . hopes to go to Northeastern 
University and major in the 
field of engineering . . . often 
seen horseback riding, water 
skiing and bowling . . . de- 
tests working on Saturday 
nights. 

Cap and Gown Comm. 12 
Wrestling Team, Captain 12 





JOAN M. GOULD 

Joan ... a girl with an easy 
going personality . . . feels 
college is her calling ... is 
as skilled with a sewing needle 
as she is on the ice. 

Chorus 10; Dance Decoration 
11; Senior Prom Comm. 



JOHN P. GREGG, JR. 

John . . . blond and muscular 
. . . soon seen saluting offi- 
cers at Air Force Academy 
. . . enjoys football and base- 
ball . . . often exclaims, "Oh, 
my ever lovin'!" 



Basketball 
Party 



10, 12; Senior 




Ik 




KATHLEEN M. GOULD 

Kathy . . . sets her sights on 
a career in hair styling . . . 
prospective student at Boston 
Trade. 



DANIEL B. GRIDLEY 

Dan ... a credit to our school 
. . . good student and excep- 
tional artist . . . plans to go 
to college and major in biolog- 
ical research . . . enjoys chess, 
reading and nature study . . . 
belongs to Boy Scouts . . . his 
pet peeve is zealots. 

Creative Writing 11, 12; Campus 
11, 12; Reflector 12; High 
Honors 11; Honors 10 





WILLIAM D. GOULD 

Dessy . . . contemplating col- 
lege ... a CYO man ... an 
avid sportsman when hockey or 
baseball season rolls around. 

Hockey 10, 11, 12; Baseball 
12 



JOYCE E. GRINDLE 

Joyce . . . sets her future in 
curlers and hair sprays . . . 
finds her fun on roller skates 
... a member of Rainbow and 
YPF. . . "Holy smoke!" 

Pep Club 11; F.B.L.A. 11, 12 




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RICHARD C. GRONBERG 

Grundy . . . always happy and 
easy going . . . has plans of 
becoming a successful printer 
. . . frequently fools with cars 
and boats . . . people with 
cars and boats . . . people with 
no sense of humor bother him 
. . . "What a sense of humor!" 

Student Council 11, 12; Open 
House 10, 11, 12 



MARIE L. GUSTAFSON 

Chibie . . . friendly to every- 
one . . . she'll be a credit to 
the teaching profession . . . 
music minded . . . loyal to 
Rainbow, YPP and N.E. 
Keyboard Club. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 
10, 12; Future Teachers 11, 
12; Spanish Club 11; Honors 
10, 11 



DAVID W. HALL 

Dave . . . looks to the sky for 
his future . . . swimming, 
weight lifting, bowling and 
boxing, he likes them all 
. . . dislikes cars that don't 
start . . . "Cut it out!" 

Open House 10 



LOUISE G. HAMBLETT 

Sis . . . little with a lovely 
voice . . . sees a typewriter 
beckoning her . „ . active in 
Rainbow and an asset to her 
church choir . . . "complainers" 
drive her crazy . . . want to go 
bowling or ice skating? . . . 
"Fabulous !" 

Chorus 10, 11, 12 





RALPH B. HADDIX, JR. 

Ralph ... a fun-loving, fleet- 
footed track star with many 
awards to prove it ... his 
other sporting interests in- 
clude golf and swimming . . . 
traveling tempts him . . . 
"Stay loose!" 

Cross Country 10, 11, 12; 
Spring Track 10, 11; Winter 
Track 10, 11, 12; Key Club 
11; Junior Party 



GRACE E. HALE 

Dee Dee . . . another college 
hopeful ... a Rainbow girl 
and YPF'er, also a member of 
the Horizon Club . . . bowling, 
tennis and skating are special 
favorites . . . "Oh, heavens!" 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Future 
Nurses 11; Spanish Club 11; 
F.B.L.A. 12; Reflector Adver- 
tising Staff 12; Miss Och's 
Sec't. 12 



ANN HANABURY 

Ann . . . bubbling buddy . . . 
will possibly be a teacher on 
the Cape where she is found 
during the summer . . . her 
students will no doubt have 
an "incredible" vocabulary 
if they follow her example. 

H.R. Msngr. 10, 11; Library 
Club 11; Future Teachers 11, 
12; Campus 12; Senior Norn. 
Comm.; Honors 10, 11; Latin 
Certificate of Merit 11 



PATRICIA M. HANDRAHAN 

Trish . . . hopes to find her 
home in foreign countries, but 
they will have to have water 
of some sort for she is a good 
swimmer and skater . . . can 
be found bowing out of cliques. 





CHARLENE N. HALEY 

Charlene . . . quiet, but has a 
way with words . . . winner of 
the National High School 
Poetry Association Award . . . 
bugged by conceited boys . . . 
"Tremendous!" 

Future Teachers 11, 12 



JOHN W. HANEY, JR. 

John . . . one of our quiet 
classmates, usually ... a 
CYO member . . . headed for 
college . . . "Hi! Gus!" 

Baseball 10; Cross Country 11 




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FREDERICK R. HANHISALO JUDITH S. HARRIS 



mitt 




Fred Plintstone . . . dignity 
is his mark . . . next stop, 
college . . . photography and 
playing the piano furnish him 
pleasure . . . MYF and DeMolay 
get his vote . . . Fred's fas- 
cinated by the unusual. 

Reflector 11, 12; High Honors 
10, 11 



PETER E. HANLON 

Pete . . . finds his home on the 
water and is located there 
most of the season . . . will 
have to say more than "That's 
true" to his commanding officer 
as he plans to enter the ser- 
vice. 



Judy . . . seeking a steno pad 
and typewriter . . . very versa- 
tile, she sings and plays the 
guitar, also bowls and rides 
horseback ... "I don't like 
your attitude!" 

Library Club 11, 12; Chorus 
11 



JOHN E. HARROLD 

John . . . quiet and reserved 
... a shutter bug . . . aims to 
be an accountant after attend- 
ing Burdett. 





HYACINTH E. H ANN AN 

Heidi . . . quiet with a ready 
smile ... a true friend . . . 
will make some executive an 
excellent secretary. 

Miss Andem's Sec't. 12; 
F.B.L.A. 11; Honors 10; 
Shorthand Certificate 11 



FRANCIS S. HART 

Frank . . . contemplating 
college . . . skillful with a 
tennis racket ... a Sunday 
School teacher and an active 
member of CYO. 

Honors 10, 11 





DIANNE M. HANRAHAN 

Half-pint . . . tiny and talkative 
. . . hopes to attend Lowell 
General Hospital School of 
Nursing . . . enjoys reading 
... is an active volunteer at 
the South Shore Hospital. 

Future Nurses 10, 11, 12; 
Library Club 12; Cafeteria 11 



VINCENT L. HATHORN, JR. 

Zeb . . . will be off to the 
University of Maine next fall 
. . . plans to major in Forestry 
enjoys wrestling and water 
skiing . . . award winning 
member of American Water 
Skiing Association ... 
friendly and well-liked. 

H.R. Msngr. 12 





CHARLES P. HARDY, jr. 

Charlie . . . wants to wear the 
Air Force blue ... an all 
around sportsman — likes 
hunting, basketball and bowl- 
ing . . . bugged when his car 
won't start . . . "Go soak your 
head!" 

Honors 10 



LARAINE F. HAWES 

Laraine . . . will take her 
place with the masters some 
day - a concert pianist . . . 
organist at church and Worthy 
Advisor at Rainbow . . . winner 
of the Wollaston Glee Club 
Scholarship. 

Campus Lit. Ed. 12; Sr. Norn. 
Comm; Sr. Banquet Comm.; Class 
Motto 11; Future Teachers 11, 
12; Chorus 10, 11, 12; High 
Honors 11; Honors 10; South- 
eastern Dist. Music Festival 
choral accompanist 11, 12 




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MICHAEL C. HAYES 

Mike . . . will reachthe heights 
in the U.S. Air Force ... a 
gun and hunting man ... a real 
outdoorsman. 

Football 10 



WILLIAM C. HENSHAW 

Bill . . . tall, blond - what a 
knock-out in a uniform ... a 
sandwich in one hand - a 50 
pound weight in the other . . . 
a loyal DeMolay - without 
breaking training, of course. 

Key Club 12; Football 11, 12; 
Winter Track 10,11,12; Spring 
Track 10,11,12; Jr. Usher; Home- 
room Treas. 12; Cross Country 
10; Honors 11; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 12 





KAREN L. HEBERT 

Karen . . . always exuberant 
. . . will be a successful court- 
room stenographer ... is active 
in Rainbow and YPF. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Typing Cer- 
tificate 50, 60 



PATRICIA A. HEPPLE 

Pat ... an athletic girl . . . 
enjoys water-skiing, horseback 
riding, dancing . . . wants to 
become a hairdresser. 

Mr. Donovan's Sec't. 12; Cafe- 
teria Sec't. 12; H.R. Msngr. 11; 
F.B.L.A. 11; Honors 10, 11; 
Shorthand Certificate 60 





RONALD J. HEGGBLOD 

Ron . . . among his future 
plans are the Navy and ac- 
counting . . . can be found 
belting baseballs. 

Band 10, 11, 12 



LORAINE B. HERRINGTON 

Laurie . . . looking for a plush 
office to type in after Chandler 
. . . sewing and dancing are 
special pastimes for her. 



Miss White's 
F.B.L.A. 11 



Sec't. 12; 





SHERRYL J. HENLEY 

Sherryl . . . sweet and always 
smiling . . . college bound . . . 
enjoys dancing ... is a mem- 
ber of Rainbow, MYF and a 
girls' club . . . bugged by 
cliques . . . "That's cool!" 

Cafeteria 10; Senior Play 
Usherette 



RICHARD L. HENRY 

Dick . . . comical character 
. . . planning to be a printer 
. . . likes to play baseball and 
belongs to DeMolay . . . dis- 
likes teachers that won't let 
him chew gum . . . "What's 
the use of worrying?" 

Open House 10 



ARTHUR A. HEWITT 

Artie . . . eyeing a career in 
electrical engineering . . . 
skillful with a basketball and 
water-skis alike. 

Honors 10 



CAROL A. HEYL 

Carol . . . blond and blue- 
eyed . . . would like to attend 
Bentley to become a certified 
public accountant . . . loves 
horseback riding and cooking 
... a PF member. 

F.B.L.A. 11, Pres. 12; Mr. 
Hill's Sec't. 12; Honors 10; 
Shorthand Certificate 11 




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ELIZABETH J. HODGES 

Betsy . . . terrifically talented 
... an accomplished oboist, 
she plans a career in music . . . 
President ofthe Greater Boston 
Youth Orchestra . . . "Great!" 

Band 10,11,12; Creative Writing 
ll,12;Sr.Nom. Comm.; Sr. Party 
High Honors 10,11; Southeastern 
Dis. Music Festival 10,11,12 ; 
All State Orch. 10,11; Eastern 
U.S. Orchestra 11; Latin Certi- 
ficate of Emminent Merit 10 



PATRICIA A. HOGAN 

Pat . . . personality plus . . . 
will go far as an airline 
hostess . . . enjoys skating 
and dancing . . . belongs to 
CYO. 



Pep Club 11, 12; 
Banquet; P.B.L.A. 11 



Senior 




RICHARD W. HONNEUS 

Rick . . . his future is wrapped 
in ticker-tape . . . goes for 
sports . . . complains quietly 
about people who won't move 
in the corridor. 

Football 10 



JAMES J. HORNER 



who 



Jim . . . one Horner 
doesn't sit in a corner . . . 
plays goalie on the school 
hockey team instead . . . plans 
to go to college . . . belongs 
to CYO. 

Hockey 10,11, Captain 12; 
Senior Prom Comm. 



LEWIS J. HOISINGTON 

Lewie . . likes all sports . . . 
enjoys listening to the radio 
. . . dislikes people who talk 
about "Freedom of Speech" 
. . . can be heard saying, 
"Wonderful, wonderful." 

Open House 10, 11, 12 




JULIA L. HORTON 

Julie ... a future IBM operator 
. . . enjoys football and base- 
ball games, also handicrafts 
. . . dislikes showoffs and con- 
ceited people . . . "Don't you 
wish it!" 

Shorthand Certificate 60, 80 



LOIS M. HOK ANSON 

Lois . . . brown-haired and 
bright-eyed . . . likes water- 
skiing . . . plans to become a 
secretary after attending busi- 
ness school. 

Miss Nye's Sec't. 12; Majorette 
11,12; Sophomore Party; Junior 
Party; Cap and Gown Comm. 
12; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Honors 
10; Shorthand Certificate 




ALEXANDRA L. HOUGHTON 

Alex . . . will make herself at 
home in art school . . . socially 
inclined, she will find her way 
to the top in her field . . . 
has lived in Germany. 

Pep Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 
11; Mrs. Richie's Sec't. 12; 
Graduation Dance 12 



DIANA M. HOLBROOK 

Diane . . . secretary of the 
future . . . Rainbow girl of the 
present . . . enjoys dancing 
and bowling. 

Senior Prom Comm. 




RICHARD W. HUNTER 

Richie . . . hopes to attend 
MIT to become a civil engineer 
. . . enjoys skiing and skin- 
diving ... an active member of 
the YMCA. 

Honors 11 



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LARRAINE C. HUNTINGTON 

Laurie . . . plans to work up 
in the wild blue yonder as an 
airline hostess . . . now a 
member of CYO . . . pastimes 
are bowling and swimming . . 
often heard saying, "I'd like 
ta!" 





DONNA L. INGLIS 

Donna . . . always smiling . . . 
plans to be an IBM operator 
. . . likes reading . . . belongs 
to Youth Challenges and her 
church group . . . '"'Fabulous!" 



THERESA M. HURLBURT 

Terry . . . petite and peppy . . . 
loves horseback riding and 
swimming . . . plans to be a 
secretary or a hairdresser . . . 
"How 'bout that!" 

Pep Club 11, 12; P.B.L.A. 11; 
Future Nurses 10 



CHERYLANN HURLEY 

Sherry . . . quiet and serious 
. . . wants to be an IBM opera- 
tor ... enjoys roller skating 
and sewing . . . belongs to 
Rainbow. 

F.B.L.A. 12 





PATRICIA E. JACOBS 

Pat . . . full of pep . . . hopes 
to be a secretary . . . likes 
roller skating ... "A good 
buddy!" 

Mr. Mahn's Sec't. 12; Chorus 
11 



NANCY M. JACOBY 

Nan . . . hopes to be a secre- 
tary . . . loves oil painting and 
swimming . . . "He's not a big 
thing." 



Chorus 
10, 11 



10, 11; Orchestra 



JUDITH A. HUTCH IN GS 

Judy . . . looks forward to a 
college career and a John 
Robert Powers' degree . . . cool 
with a song and a cooking 
spoon . . . "Well, gotta hang!" 

Shrewsbury High School 10, 
11; Field Hockey Manager 11; 
Glee Club 10, 11; Mr.Duggan's 
Sec't. 12; Chorus 12; F.B.L.A. 
11 





JOYCE L. JAEGER 

J.J. ... a sweet soprano . . . 
wants to attend Mass. General 
Hospital School of Nursing . . . 
loves music, roller skating and 
reading . . . active in Rainbow 
and her church group. 
Chorus 10, 11, 12; Future 
Nurses 10, 11, 12; New England 
MusicFestivall0.il, 12; South- 
eastern District Music Festival 
11, 12; Weymouth Solo and En- 
semble Festival 10 



PATRICIA E. HUTCHINSON 

Elaine . . . her cheerful smile 
is contagious . . . destination, 
Southern Connecticut State 
Teachers' College . . . finds 
pleasure playing the piano . . . 
tumbles around the YMCA . . . 
pet peeve - the Navy! 

Debate Club 11, Pres. 12; 
Campus 12; Gym Team 11, 12; 
Cheerleader 12; Chorus 10; 
Honors 10; Latin Certificate 




of Honorable Merit 10 




HELEN C. JANSSON 

Cathy ... a cute cashier . . . 
still frowning about her future 
... an asset to her CYO. 

Reflector 10, 11, 12; Honors 
10 



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MARIE L. JERPI 

Marie . . . next stop, Bridge- 
water State Teacher's College 
. . . handy with needle and 
thread . . . belongs to Rainbow 
and MYF. 

High Honors 10; Honors 11; 
Future Teachers 11, 12; Crea- 
tive Writing 11, 12 



SALLY J. JERPI 

Sally . . . don't be surprised if 
you see her bowling with roller 
skates on . . . wants to be a 



typist . . . "Oh, 
attends CYO. 



my! 



P.B.L.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 12 




PAULA A. JOHNSON 

Bugs ... a soft voice and a 
quiet heart ... at home on the 
tennis court . . . weekends 
would be happier without home- 
work ... an interesting career 
as a lab technician. 

Honors 11; P.B.L.A. 11, 12; 
Mr. Pisher's Sec't. 12; Senior 
Nominating Comm.; Shorthand 
Certificate 60, 80; Type Cer- 
tificate 50 



LESTER P. JONES 

Les ... a threefold ambition, 
to be a draftsman, own a car, 
but most of all stay single . . . 
skiing, hockey and track, he 
likes them all ... doesn't 
like people who sound off too 
much, too often . . . "Sugar 
bones." 

Student Council 10, 11; Junior 
Usher; Honors 10, 11 



ELIZABETH K. JEWETT 



Betty 
Bryant 
tarial 
dance 
she's 

and MYP . . 
ceited boys. 



. . would like to go to 
and Stratton for secre- 
training . . . likes to 
and roller skate . . . 
a member of Rainbow 
pet peeve, con- 



P.B.L.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 12 



BARBARA R. JOHNSON 

Bib . . . headed straight for 
the business world . . . music 
minded . . . she hates it when 
anybody's late. 

Future Nurses 10; D.E.C.A. 
12; Distributive Ed. 12 




HERBERT M. JOSSELYN 

Herb . . . electrical hobbies 
give him a charge . . . hopes 
to pursue an accounting career 
... a member of the Naval 
Reserves . . . "Are you some 
kind of nut?" 



VICTOR H. KARSTUNEN 

Vic . . . tends toward technical 
school ... a real sports fan 
- enjoys baseball, basketball 
and hockey. 

Baseball 10 



CHRISTINA E. JOHNSON 

Chris . . . soft voice and good, 
manners . . . always on her toes 
. . . will be styling hair in a 
few years. 

Play Reading 12; Dance De- 
corations 1 1 




GERALD J. KEANE 

Gerry . . . blushes readily . . . 
likes football and coin col- 
lecting ... is a member of 
CYO . . . intends to study 
engineering. 

Honors 10, 11 



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PAUL D. KEENAN 

Paul . . . longs to be a lino- 
type operator . . . finds his fun 
on water skis . . . loathes to 
be last in the lunch line . . . 
"What are you, some kind of a 
nut?" 

Open House 10, 11, 12 





JANE M. KENISTON 

Jane . . . full of fun . . . only 
laughter comes from her mis- 
chievous pranks ... a lively 
office for sure where Jane is a 
secretary. 

Mr. DiSessa's Sec't. 12; Pep 
Club 12; P.B.L.A. 11, 12 



BARBARA J. KELLEY 

Barbara ... a friend to all 
and always true . . . good 
natured with a ready, helping 
hand . . . fun-loving . . . will 
inspire and encourage future 
generations in her quiet way 
. . . enjoys bowling or skating. 

Honors 10, 11; Future Tea- 
chers 11, 12; Pep Club 11 





NANCY L. KENISTON 

Nan . . . mischief is her best 
friend . . . well meaning, but 
is always in trouble ... a de- 
light to every study hall . . . 
it'll be an interesting flight 
with Nan as the airline hostess ! 



Pep Club 
11, 12 



11, 12; P.B.L.A. 



GERARD KELLY 

Gerry ... a swift short order 
cook during the summer . •. . 
soon to be chief chef in a 
kitchen . . . water skiing, 
football and hockey all get his 
vote. 

Football 10, 11; Hockey 10, 
11; Track 11 





RUSSELL N. KENN, III 



Russ . . . friendly . . . Oh, 
those eyes! . . . another ser- 
. a mechanical 
cars . . . "That 



viceman . , 
genius with 
will happen.' 



Open House 10, 11, 12 



BARBARA L. KELSEY 

Barb . . . quiet, but with a 
joyful heart . . . after gradua- 
tion she'll have money rolling 
in . . . says "What's the matter 
with you?" to someone whose 
eyes are glued to the television. 

Library Club 11; Graduation 
Dance Comm. 12 





DONNA M. KENNEY 

Donna . . . good natured and 
always fun . . . next stop, 
secretarial school . . . skating, 
bowling, dancing, she likes 
them all ... a member of a 
girls' club and secretary of 
CYO. 

Pep Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 
12; Chorus 10; Gym Team 11; 
Miss Ghiorse's and Mr. Tur- 
cott's sec't. 12; Shorthand 
Certificate 60 



BRIAN J. KEMP 

Brian . . . hard working and 
industrious . . . enjoys all 
sports and is a star in those 
he plays. 



Track 10, 11, 12; 
10, 11, 12. 



Basketball 





JUDITH M. KENT 

Judy wears a smile and a 

twinkle in her eye . . . bowling 
is a favorite pastime . . . has 
her eyes turned towards 
Chandler. 

Honors 10, 11; F.B.L.A. 11, 
12; Pep Club 11; Campus 12; 
Type Certificate 55; Short- 
hand Certificate 60 



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MARGARET A. KEOHANE 

Peggy . . . bound to be a 
buyer after attending Chamber- 
lain. . . finds her fun swimming 
or skating . . . bowls up a 
storm in the South Shore Plaza 
League . . . peeved when she 
has to wait for somebody. 

Lunch Room Duty 10; P.B.L.A. 
11; D.E.C.A. 12 



JOHN P. KNIGHT 

Jackie ... he worries not, he 
hurries not, his calm is un- 
disturbed . . . plans a career 
with the Merchant Marines. 




RICHARD L. KETCHEN 

Rich ... an ardent archery 
enthusiast . . . develops his 
skill at the Sportsman's Club 
. . . has seen the U.S. already 
and will see the world during 
his Navy career. 



ELLEN L. KUJA 

Ellen . . . gentlemen always 
seem to remember blondes . . . 
quiet and good-natured . . . 
Plymouth holds many charms 
for her . . . intends to enter 
business school. 

Fashion Show 10; Honors 10; 
11; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Cap and 
Gown Comm. 12; Campus Sec't. 
12; Mr. Fisher's Sec't. 12 




JUDITH A. KILLMAN 

Judy . . . wild and humorous 
. . . fun is her fuel . . . works 
occasionally, but doesn't 
make a habit of it ... a wel- 
come member of any group. 



F.B.L.A. 

Prom Comm. 



11. 



12; Senior 



RITA M. LaBOLLITA 

Rita . . . small and shining 
... a quiet person who ac- 
complishes much . . . likes 
bowling and skating . ... looks 
forward to secretarial school. 

Shorthand Certificate 60; 
F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Mr. Long- 
ridge's Sec't. 12 




ANN M. KILLORY 

Ann . . . congenial and co- 
operative with lots to do . . . 
college qualified . . . active in 
Yearbook and Council . . . 
delegate to the Mass. Deanery.., 
never ready for homework. 

Honors 10; High Honors 11; 
Student Council 10, 12; Senior 
Nominating Comm.; Junior 
Party; Class Motto, Chairman 
11, Campus 12; Reflector 11, 
12 



KATHERINE M. LAMOND 

Kathy . . . full of pep and 
energy . . . always a cheer- 
leader at heart . . . Stonehill 
is her destination . . . the 
lucky kids who'll attend her 
future classes! 

Cheerleader 11, 12; Reflector 
10, 11, 12; Sophomore Party; 
Senior Prom Comm.; Play 
Reading 12; Honors 10, 11 




KATHLEEN M. KILPATRICK JOHN F. LAMROCK 



Kay . . . ambitious and hard 
working ... a whiz with a 
needle and thread . . . records 
and dancing occupy much of 
her spare time ... a future 
medical secretary. 

Honors 10; High Honors 11; 
Mr. Clancy's Sec't. 12; Type 
Medal; Shorthand II Medal; 
Shorthand Certificate 60, 80, 
100 



John . . . his appetite for 
pleasure is second nature to 
him ... a golfer at heart . . . 
has participated in many tour- 
naments . . . next stop, college. 

Football 10, 11, 12; Basket- 
ball 10, 11, 12; Golf 11, 12; 
Baseball 10 




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JAMES P. LANE 

Micky . . . lives in a pyramid in 
Egypt, Mass. . . . Monday 
morning maddens him . . . con- 
templating cabinetmaking. 

Student Council 12; 



LINDA L. LARSON 

Linda . . . melodious tones 
... a career in music is open 
to her ... an apprentice and 
chorus girl at the Music Cir- 
cus . . . member of the Hingham 
Civic Chorus ... a special 
student at the Conservatory 
. . . won awards at the South- 
eastern Music Festival ... a 
certain success in the field in 
which she is so gifted. 
Chorus 10, 11 





LINDA LANE 

Linda . . . peppy with a sharp 
wit . . . she's banking on a 
career handling money . . . 
works diligently for her youth 
group. 

P.B.L.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 11; 
Sec't. 12; Campus 12; Senior 
Party 



FREDERICK P. LAWRENCE 

Fred . . . artistic, athletic and 
agile . . . town's top track talent 
for three years . . . interested 
in commercial art (Illustrating) 
. . . pet peeve is stuck-up 
girls. 

Cross Country 10,11, 12; Winter 
Track 10, 11, 12; Spring Track 
10, 11, 12; Campus, Sports Ed. 
12; Senior Prom Comm.; Track 
Captain 12 





STEPHEN D. LANG 

Steve ... a hard working lad 
. . . soon to wear the Air 
Force blues . . . enjoys sports 
and working on cars. 

Cap and Gown Comm. 12 



RICHARD A. LAWRENCE 

Dick . . . wants to become the 
latter member of a father-son. 
construction company . . . en- 
joys puttering around cars . . . 
belongs to DeMolay. 





EVELYN L. LARAMEE 

Evelyn . . . wants to be a 
shutterbug in the Navy . . . 
likes books and sports . . . 
belongs to CYO, a bowling 
league and the Civil Air 
Patrol. 

Library Club 12; A.V. 12 



BARBARA L. LEAHY 

Barb . . . wishes to attend busi- 
ness school . . . likes to golf 
. . . active in CYO and choir 
. . . she was Miss Sunapee, New 
Hampshire for 1960 . . . "That's 
smarts!" 

Future Nurses 10; Reflector \2; 
F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Chorus 10, 
11, 12; Miss Chittenden's 
Sec't. 12 





GAIL D. LARSEN 

Gail . . . with ready conversa- 
tion and a bright personality 
. . . gay and fun to be with . . . 
an asset to her church basket- 
ball team . . . sparks her girls* 
club meetings with her delight- 
full antecdotes . . . first to 
business school, then on to 
bookkeeping. 

Chorus 10; Cafeteria Worker 
10; F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Future 
Nurses 10; Mrs. Master's 
Sec't. 12 



JOHN P. LEAHY, JR. 

Johnny ... an all-around 
American boy ... a sports en- 
thusiast, especially likes 
bowling . . . belongs to CYO 
. . . headed for college and a 
law practice. 

Cross Country 11; Baseball 10 




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SHIRLEY R. LeCLAIR 

Shirl . . . always pleasant . . . 
will train for a nursing career 
at Deaconess Hospital . . .often 
exclaims, "Oh, George." 

Honors 11; Pep Club 11, 12; 
Chorus 11; Future Nurses 11, 
12 



VIESTURS A. LIEPKALNS 

Visy . . . shy, but not retiring 
_ . . pre-med prospect ... a 
future psychiatrist . . . basket- 
ball, weight-lifting and reading 
are his special pastimes . . . 
at age six he arrived in the U.S. 
from Latvia . . . always say 
"Hi" to Visy. 

Honors 10, 11; Baseball 10; 
Basketball 10,11,12; Key Club 
12 





LEO P. LEDWELL 

Puffy . . . will work among ink 
and print as an offset litho- 
grapher . . . belongs to Naval 
Reserves . . . doesn't like to 
be last in the lunch line. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 



MARSHA A. LINDSAY 

Marsha . . . future teacher from 
Bridgewater State ... a mis- 
chievous glint shines in her 
eyes . . . looks forward to CYO 
ski trip every year .. . like she 
always says "like." 

Reflector Art Staff 10, 12; 
Opening Exercises 10, 11; 
Honors 10, 11; Future Teachers 
11, 12; Senior Norn. Comm; 
Gym Team 12 





WALTER S. LEE 

Walt . . . plans to go to work 
after graduating from this fair 
school . . . music is his in- 
terest ... he plays the guitar. 



PATRICIA A. LONG 

Pat ... is employed part time 
. . . look for her behind a type- 
writer in a plush office. 

Spanish Club 10, 11; French 
Club 10; Cap and Gown Comm. 
12 






MARY M. LESENECHAL 

Margi . . . prospective nurse 
for P.B. Home for Crippled 
Children . . . volunteer worker 
at South Shore Hospital . . . 
member of Rainbow . . . dis- 
likes unfriendly people . . . 
awarded Good Citizenship 
Award at Quincy City Hospital. 
Dance Decoration 11; Future 
Nurses 11, 12; Pep Club 11, 
12; Play Reading 12; F.B.L.A. 
12; Play Usherette 12; Type 
Certificate 

ELAINE K. LEWIS 

Elaine . . . wedding bells will 
ring soon after graduation . . . 
ice skating and bowling rate 
high with her . . . active in 
Rainbow. 

Honors 10, 11; Future Nurses 
10, 11; Pep Club 11 



HELEN L. LOUGHAN 

Louise ... a girl with artistic 
talent and a Boston Globe art 
award to prove it . . . keeps 
busy with work and CYO . . . 
would like to attend Bridgewater 
State and go on to teaching. 

Honors 10; Opening Exercises 
10, 11; Future Teachers 11, 
12; Gym Team 12; Reflector 
Art Staff 10, 11, 12 



GERALDINE LUTHE 

Gerry . . . business school's 
her next destination . . . roller 
skating is fun for her . . . be- 
longs to Rainbow and Church 
Fellowship ... "Oh, yeah?" 

F.B.L.A. 12 





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WILLIAM P. LYDEN, JR. 

Willm ... a future cabinetmaker 
... a sports enthusiast all the 
way . . . belongs to CYO and 
Sons of Italy . . . bugged by 
people who pretend not to hear 
you . . . "Oh, shut your ears." 



Student Council 10, 11, 
Open House 10, 11, 12 



12; 



ALLAN H. MacDONALD. JR- 

Al . . . will have to change his 
attitude of "It doesn't matter 
to me" in order to become an 
accountant . . . will further his 
education at Bentley's . . . can 
be found on water-skis during 
the warmer months. 





PRANCES E. LYMAN 

Pranni . . . sets her future in a 
beauty shop after attending 
Mansfield Hair Dressing School 
. . . bowls, swims and dances 
... a. CYO gal. 



Pep Club 11, 12; P.B.L.A. 
Arts and Crafts Club 12 



12; 



CAROL A. LYNCH 

Carol . . . short, sweet and 
sincere . . . busy planning for 
college next fall . . . active in 
CYO, Quincy Y and Gym Club 
. . . often found tumbling or ice 
skating . . . competed in H.S. 
Gymnastic Competition . . . 
"Oh, Ya?" 

Opening Exercises 10;Puture 
Teachers 11, 12; Gym Team 
11, 12 



CHARLES A. MacDONALD 

Charlie . . . looks forward to 
becoming a member of Wentworth 
Institute . . .bowling, swimming 
and ice skating please him. 



RICHARD T. MacDONALD 

Dick . . . prospective Wentworth 
or Northeastern student ... he 
looks to the sky in the Civil 
Air Patrol . . . attended the 
Space Age Orientation Course 
in Illinois . . . "This could be 
true." 

Radio Club 12 






MARGARET J. LYNCH 

Peggy ... a dependable, hard 
working student . . . can be 
found working or keeping re- 
cords for the United Fund . . . 
perfect prospect for Katherine 
Laboure School of Nursing. 

Sophomore Party Chairman; 
High Honors 10; Honors 11; Re- 
flector 10, 11, 12; Campus 12; 
Latin Certificate of Eminent 
Merit 10; Honorable Merit 11; 
Future Nurses 10, 11, 12 

RICHARD T. LYNCH 

Dick . . . Franklin Institute, his 
prep school; electronics, his 
major . . . will race his way to 
Indianapolis with the "Road 
Knights" . . . has already been 
to Mexico and California. 



ELIZABETH J. MacEACHERN 

Betty . . . sophistication plus 
. . . artistically inclined, she 
hopes to attend Mass. Art . . . 
horseback riding is a favorite 
. . . loathes oral book reports 
. . . "That's about it!" 

Future Nurses 10; Mass. Art 
Exhibition 11; Campus Art Staff 
12; Cap and Gown Comm. 12; 
Crafts Club 12; F.B.L.A. 12 



ANN MacFARLANE 

Ann . . . anticipates attending 
the University of Massachu- 
setts . . . her spare time occupa- 
tions are outdoor sports and 
library work ... is a Rainbow 
girl . . . received a letter of 
commendation from the National 
Merit Scholarship. 

High Honors 10; Honor 11; 
Future Teachers 11, 12; Pep 
Club 12 





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CHARLES W. MacMURRAY, JR. 

Charlie ... is an all-round 
sports enthusiast,, who has 
earned the respect and admira- 
tion of everyone ... is a sure 
success in whatever field he 
may enter after college. 

Football 10, 11; Captain 12; 
J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Basket- 
Bail 10, 12; Track 10; Student 
Council 10 





FRANCIS T. MAHER 

Tom . . . occupation-to-be, a 
compositor . . . favors bowling, 
fishing, clamming and roller 
skating . . . dislikes people 
who take the wrong lunches 
. . . "Oh, what do you want?" 

Open House 10, 11 



WALTER L. MacNEIL 

Mac . . . wants to set his future 
in print . . . can often be seen 
eating clams at Bob's . . . 
doesn't see how he gets up in 
the morning . . . "Hay is for 
horses." 

Open House 10, 11 





MYRA MAHON 

Myra . . . her future is tied up 
in apron strings, she hopes. 

Reflector Sec't. 12 



BEVERLY R. MADISON 

Bev . . . received recognition 
for her composition on Integrity 
in her sophomore year . . . 
"You know it, too." . . . golf 
and dancing gives this chick 
pleasure. 





BRIAN B. MAHONEY 

Brian ... a prospect for prep 
school ... a sports enthusiast, 
for he is an ardent golfer, foot- 
ball and basketball fan . . . 
when confronted, comments, 
"I don't know." 

Football 12 



SHEILA M. MAGEE 

Magoo . . . usually found hurry- 
ing off to work as a cashier 
. . . Burdett is her present am- 
bition . . . active in CYO . . . 
"Oh, for goodness sake." 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 12; 
Senior Banquet Comm. 





JAMES E. MALONEY 

Jim . . . planning to work after 
graduation . . . enjoys bowling. 

Wrestling 11 



WILLIAM D. MAGLIOZZI 

Bill . . . seen bouncing down a 
basketball court . . . hopes to 
become a business student at 
Babson Institute . . . belongs 
to Columbia Radio Club and 
CYO . . . "Gee whiz!" 

Cap and Gown Comm. 12 





JAMES E. MANNING, JR. 

Jimbo . . . always a witty re- 
mark . . . his good humor will 
make him a well-liked dentist 
. . . especially likes baseball, 
and plays on the American 
Legion and town team. 

Key Club 12; Senior Nominating 
Comm; Honors 11; Baseball 
10, 11, 12; Chemistry Club 11 



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JANICE M. MARLAND 

Jan . . . hopes to become a 
private secretary ... a CYO 
member . . . her homework is her 
pet peeve. 

Mr. Dwyer's Sec't. 12; P.B.L.A. 
11, 12; Shorthand Certificate 
60; Type Certificate 50 



JOHN E. MARSH 

Jack ... a hunting and track 
enthusiast. 

Track 10, 11, 12; Football 10 




GRACE M. MARTINSON 

Gracie . . . the redhead who 
radiates warmth and friendli- 
ness to her classmates . . . 
can be found doing volunteer 
nursing at Quincy City Hospital 
. . . patients will be confident 
under the care of this future 
surgical nurse! 

Majorette 10, 11, 12; Junior 
Party; H.R. Msngr. 11; Health 
Office Aid 12 



MARY E. MATTHEWS 

Mary . . . dabbles in diversi- 
fied and different hobbies 
such as bowling, painting and 
hooking rugs . . . "Oh, for 
Pete's sake!" 

Chorus 10 



DOROTHY M. MARSHALL 

Poots . . . plans to attend 
John Robert Powers School next 
fall ... at home on or in the 
water. 

P.B.L.A. 12; Mr. Klay's Sec't. 
12 





LAWRENCE J. MATTIE 

Larry Larry loathes 

labor . . . cars and electronics 
are his interests . . . basket- 
ball and bowling give him a 
boot. 

A.V. 10; Football 10 



KENNETH R. MARSTON 

Ken . . . will be doing some- 
thing constructive as an archi- 
tect . . .interested in swimming, 
stock cars and hockey . . . 
women drivers are his worry.. 
"That's cool." 

Honors 11; Student Council 10 





CATHERINE E. MAZZOLA 

Cathy ... an intelligent, am- 
bitious girl will find her home 
with stethoscope in one hand 
and a golf club in the other. 

Future Nurses, Vice-Pres. 10, 
Pres. ll,12;Debate Club 12; 
Honors 10, 11; H.R. Msngr. 12; 
Gym Team 11; Opening Exer- 
cises 10 



RICHARD D. MARTELL 

Marty ... a successful sheet 
metal worker . . . relishes 
boats and swimming . . . averse 
to teachers who give midnight 
sessions . . . pet expression is 
"Oh, Great Scott!" 

Honors 10, 11; Student Council 
12 





LOUIS J. MAZZUCHELLI 

Mazza . . . visited Puerto Rico 
and Bermuda . . . belongs to the 
Naval Reserves . . . delights 
in fixing cars . . . despises 
being last in the lunch line 
. . . plans to become a Marine 
lithographer. 

Open House 10, 11, 12 



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ina b. McCarthy 

Barbara ... at home on the 
dance floor . . . will waltz her 
way into the secretarial world 
humming ... her favorite ex- 
pression, "Never again." 

Junior Party 



john r. McCarthy 

Jack . . . sports enthusiast . . . 
hard-working student . . . 
friendly . . . will be found at 
college next fall. 

Football 10; Baseball 10. 11. 
12; Cap and Gown Comm. 12 




SUSAN A. McDORMAND 

Sue . . . cute and perky with a 
twinkle in her eye . . . when 
there's work to be done, Sue's 
right there . . . this little 
librarian is truly college 
material. 

Campus 12; Future Teachers 
11, Pres. 12; Senior Nominating 
Comm.; Pep Club 12; Honors 
10, 11; Play Reading 12 



JOHN J. McINTYRE, JR. 

Jack . . . always smiling . . . 
likes football and Boy Scouts 
. . . has attained the Eagle 
Scout Award . . . has college 
plans . . . his aim, West Point. 



norman p. Mccarty 

Norman ... his hobby is 
shooting . . . plans to sail the 
seas wi th the Navy after grad- 
uation. 





BEVERLY R. McLEAN 

Bev . . . more bounce to the 
ounce ... a Rainbow girl . . . 
enjoys bowling and horse- 
back riding . . . planning a 
career as a private secretary. 

Sophomore Party; H.R. Msngr. 
10, 11; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; 
Miss Toomey's Sec't. 12 



HELEN F. McCOLOUGH 

Helen . . . teaching tends to 
interest her ... a Marian Award 
winner . . . enjoys sewing. 

Future Teachers 11, 12; Pep 
Club 12; Chemistry Club 11; 
Opening Exercises 10, 12; 
Honors 10; Fashion Show 10 





MARILYN L. McNUTT 

Mai ... a quiet and serious 
student ... a future teacher 
. . . reading and swimming, 
two of her favorite pastimes 
. . . active member of Rain- 
bow and C.E. 

Future Teachers 12; Creative 
writing 12; Honors 10; Future 
Nurses 10 



MICHAELA J. MCDONNELL 

Kaela ... a cheery smile . . . 
an asset to her employer and 
the United Fund ... a sure 
success as a legal secretary. 

H.R. Msngr. 11; Reflector Ad- 
vertising Staff 12 




KEVIN L. McSHEFFREY 

Kev . . . always hard working 
. . . his future's in the busi- 
ness world . . . skis his way 
through the summer. 

Reflector H.R. Rep. 12; 
Track 12 



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JOSEPH P. McSTRAVICK 

Joe . . . plans to "construct" 
his future . . . sports - he 
likes them all . . . races about 
with the "Blue Angels" . . . 
"A, O.K.!" 

Open House 10, 11 




ARDIS R. MILLER 

Ardis . . . possessed by danc- 
ing, swimming and water 
skiing . . . expects to attend 
Fisher Junior College . . . 
dislikes busy telephone lines. 

Dance Decorations 11; Prop 
Comm. 11; Shorthand Certifi- 
cate 80, 100; Type Certifi- 
cate 61; Mr. Kearns' Sec't. 12; 
Play Reading 12; Reflector 
Art Staff 12; Honors 10 



GAROLD N. McWILLIAMS 

Garry . . . president of MYP 
. . . leader and piano player 
of the Mac IV . . . plans to 
attend Naval Academy . . . 
life guard at YMCA. 

Senior Nominating Comm.; 
Class Motto 11; Sophomore 
Party; Junior Party; Reflector 
12; Orchestra 11; Honors 11 



MARK L. MERRILL 

Mark . . . will face the future 
in Air Force blue . . . thinks 
'cycles are cool except with 
flats! . . . "Hold it, Fred!" 



Open House 12 



RICHARD P. MESSIER 

Dick . . . college qualified 
. . . eyeing engineering . . . 
plays in a drum and bugle corps. 



JUDITH A. MILBURY 

Judy ... as much at home in 
the saddle as out of it ... a 
skilled horsewoman — swings 
with the guitar . . . attended 
the New England Music Festi- 
val . . . plans to go into 
veterinary medicine. 

Chorus 11, 12; Future Tea- 
chers 12; Pep Club 12 









ROBERT B. MILLER 

Bob . . . mild mannered and con- 
scientious . . . what a doctor 
he'll make! . . . recipient of 
the Harvard Book Award . . . 
will be seen driving his MG 
to PF . . . "Good Grief!" 
J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Tennis 
11, 12; H.R. Rep. 11; Opening 
Exercises 10, 11, 12; Class 
Pres. 12; Honors 10; High Hon- 
ors 11; Wrestling 12; Latin 
Certificate of Honorable 
Merit 11 

JEAN L. MILLS 

Jean . . . easily spotted in a 
crowd by her red hair . . . ac- 
tive in Rainbow . . . cheerful 
and friendly, will make a good 
teacher. 

Future Teachers 11, 12; Pep 
Club 11, 12; Class Motto 11; 
Campus 12; Opening Exer- 
cises 12; Honors 10; High 
Honors 11; Senior Banquet 
Comm. 



LEONARD C. MINNIS 

Len . . . tall, husky and 
blond . . . enjoys cars and 
football . . . plans to attend 
college. 

Football 11, 12; Honors 11 



NANCY E. MIRABITO 



the 



Nancy . . . charmed by 
keys of an IBM machine . . . 
at home at a hop . . . belongs 
to CYO. 

Chorus 10 



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WILLIAM A. MOLISSE 

Bill . . . the tall, silent type 
. . . destined to be a drafts- 
man . . . enjoys working on 
cars. 



PATRICIA E. MORRISON 

Pat ... on a chain store pay- 
roll . . . dances and roller 
skates for pleasure . . . not the 
waiting kind. 



P.B.L.A. 11; 
12; D.E.C.A. 



Distributive Ed. 
12; Pep Club 11 





NANCY L. MOLLER 

Nancy . . . one of our quieter 
students . . . enjoys collecting 
recipes . . . YPP member . . . 
interested in a career in 
nursing. 

Future Teachers 12 



ERIC K. MOSHER 

Rick ..... often heard talking 
of skin diving, water-skiing, 
his record collection and 
dancing ... on his ham radio, 
signs off by saying, "What am 
I doing here?" . . . belongs to 
American Relay Radio League, 
Youth Fellowship and Sea 
Scouts. 

Open House 11, 12 





RICHARD M. MOODY 

Dick . . . mild-mannered . . . 
happiest when sailing and 
aqua diving . . . going to 
business college to study 
law . . . prejudiced people 
peeve him. 

Track 10 



MARCIA A. MUIRHEAD 

Marcia . . . often found with 
her nose behind a book . . . 
independent . . . plans future 
in psychology . . . abhors 
left hand turns. 

Pep Club 11; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 12 





DANIEL J. MOORE 

Dan Boone . . . seen skiing 
slopes of Mount Snow . . . 
plays drums in the Mac IV . . . 
loathes long, lonely, lingering 
ski lift lines . . . interested 
in electronics. 

Key Club 11; Sophomore Party; 
Senior Prom Comm.; Reflector 
Advertising Staff 12; H.R. 
Msngr. 12 



MARGARET A. MUIRHEAD 

Maggie . . . usually seen on a 
horse . . . belongs to 4-H . . . 
plans to be working for a year 
... a trip to England is in 
store for her. 





NANCY L. MOORE 

Nancy . . . figures her future's 
in hair styles . . . ten pin 
bowling gets her vote . . . 
nothing bothers her like being 
kept waiting! 

Distributive Ed. 12; H.R. 
Rep. 11; Sales Assembly 12 



BERTRAND T. MULLER, JR. 

Randy ... a friend for every 
pound . . . armed with his 
briefcase and slide rule, he 
heads toward a career in 
mathematics . . . Senior 
Councilor of DeMolay. 

Key Club, Sec't. 11, 12; De- 
bate Club 11; Creative Writing 
11; Chorus 10, 11; Opening 
Exercises 10, 11, 12; Hockey 
Team 10; High Honors 10; 
Honors 11; H.R. Treas. 12 




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ELAINE M. MULLIN 

Elaine . . . has attended Cam- 
bridge High and Latin School 
where she was captain of the 
bowling team ... her bowling 
trophy is the evidence of 
dodging gutters and scoring 
strikes . . . "Number, please" 
may be a frequent expression 
in the future. 



LINDA E. NASH 

Linda . . . attractive and re- 
served ... a future secre- 
tarial school student ... a 
skin diving enthusiast, also a 
painter. 

Chorus 10 





THELMA L. MUMMEY 

Thelma . . . thoughtful and 
kind with a warm and under- 
standing heart . . . finds 
pleasure in music ..... member 
of Rainbow, Church Fellowship 
and choir . . . hopes to attend a 
liberal arts college. 

Chorus 10,11,12; Opening Ex- 
ercises 10,11,12; Band Librar- 
ian^; Senior Norn. Comm.; Crea- 
tive Writing 12; H.R.Treas. 12; 
J.M.S.V.C. 12 



SHIRLEY E. NEAL 

Shirley . . . looking for a plush 
office to type in . . . likes 
Swimming and skating ... a 
loyal Rainbow girl. 



Fashion Show 
F.B.L.A. 12; 
Sec't. 12 



10; Honors 11; 
Miss Andem's 





LORRAINE E. MURRAY 

Lorraine . . . will make some 
boss a good secretary . . . 
member of CYO and the Hori- 
zon Club ... is vexed by 
talkative people. 

Chorus 10; Fashion Show 10, 
11; F.B.L.A. 12 



MARTHA R. MURRAY 

Tha . . . seeking a position as 
secretary ... at home in the 
water - just loves to swim . . . 
she transferred from Sacred 
Heart in her senior year . . . 
"Sugar!" 

Sacred Heart: Debate Club 11 



WILLIAM D. NEALON 

Willie ... is an asset to 
Roxie's Bowling League ... a 
golfer at heart, he also en- 
joys basketball and swimming 
. . . "Eleven or eight." 

Golf Team 11, 12; Basketball 
11, 12 



RAYMOND L. NEILAND 

Ray . . . talkative with the 
girls . . . plans to attend 
liberal arts college . . . en- 
joys any kind of music and 
listening to records . . . doesn't 
like girls who don't know what 
they want to do on dates. 

Track 10; Cross Country 10 




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HELEN J. MYLLMAKI 

Helen . . . red hair and a per- 
sonality to go with it ... a 
future stenotypist . . . likes 
skating ... is a member of 
CYO . . . too much homework 
peeves her. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Shorthand 
Certificate 60, 80, Mrs. Thomas' 
Sec't. 12 



HELLA NEILSON 

Hella ... a German Fraulein 
. . . enjoys sketching portraits 
of people . . . jumped from 
England to Scotland to Holland 
and landed in the good old 
U.S.A. 

Play Reading 12; Arts and 
Crafts Club 12; Miss Toomey's 
Sec't. 12 




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JAMES R. NEWELL 

Jim . . . quiet and serious . . . 
aspires to be a doctor . . . en- 
joys boating and skiing ... is 
a member of Wessagusset 
Yacht Club . . . dislikes wild 
driving . . . "What's new?" 

Latin Award 10, 11; Sailing 
Club 11; Key Club 11. 12 



MARCIA J. NORLING 

Marcia . . . friendly and fun 
but always earnest . . . follow- 
ing her Rainbow on to college 
. . . 600 Yearbook interviews 
mean no spare time for study! 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11, 12; Campus 
Ed. Senior Section 12; Cap and 
Gown Comm. 12; Honors 10; 
High Honors 11; Latin Certifi- 
cate of Superior Merit 10; Hon. 
Merit 11; Opening Exercises 10 





WENDELL G. NEWELL 

Poopsie . . . Poopsie's plans 
include a hitch in the service 
... an avid sports fan, es- 
pecially football . . . dislikes 
trouble, but does trouble dis- 
like him? 



MARY L. NORTON 

Mary Lou . . . take s to tennis 
. . . hopes to be a secretary . . . 
CYO member . . . peeved by 
people who bite their finger- 
nails. . . "That's life, I guess." 

Pep Club 11; Reflector Adver- 
tising Staff 11; F.B.).A. 12 






PETER M. NEWTON 

Pete . . . magnetic personality 
and sharp humor . . . shoots 
pucks or skims Cape Cod waters 
. . . peeved by someone with a 
poor sense of humor . . . would 
like to have both feet in a Mer- 
chant Marine Academy . . . often 
says,"lflhad a million dollars." 

Hockey 10,11,12; Football 10; 
Reflector Ad. Staff 12; A.V. 12; 
Intramurals 10; Tennis 11; Sr. 
Prom Comm. 

JOSEPH A. NISTA 

Joe . . . Weymouth High's an- 
swer to Fred Astaire . . . en- 
joys music . . . snobbish girls 
give him a pain . . . "Crazy!" 

Sophomore Party; Opening Ex- 
ercises 10; Campus 12; Writer 
of High School Notes for the 
"Patriot Ledger" 



CAROL A. O'BRIEN 

Carol . . . wanted - a plush 
office to type in . . . happiest 
when bowling or dancing ... a 
working girl . . . pettly peeved 
by jealous boys. 

Pep Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11; 
Mr. McCarthy's Sec't.12 



DAVID L. O'BRIEN 

David ... is a radio enthusiast 
in his spare time ... a CYO 
man. 





PETER P. NOLAN, HI 

Pete ... a college hopeful . . . 
a bowling enthusiast and a 
working man . . . "What d'ya 
call it?" 

Distributive Ed. 12 



JOHN T. O'BRIEN 

O.B. . . . hammers and saws 
are the tools of his trade . . . 
a hunter, a fisherman and also 
a swimmer . . . looks askance 
at alcoholic beverages . . . 
"Go soak your head!" 




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KATHLEEN O'BRIEN 

Kathy . . . sees success in 
sales . . . likes sewing . . . 
member of CYO . . . peeved by 
people who don't know what 
they want to buy . . . "Noble 
of you!" 



GEORGE A. OHLSON 

Olie . . . found on golf course 
with baseball bat, shoulder 
pads, football and bathing 
suit stuffed in his golf bag . . . 
doesn't like people who cheat 
on tests . . . wants to own 
nice looking car and clothes 
. . . "You're with it." 
High Honors 10,11; Jr. Usher; 
Sr. Nom. Comm.; Merit Award 
10, 11; Student Council 10, 11, 
12; Open House 10, 11, 12 





MARY E. O'BRIEN 

Elaine . . . seeking Civil 
Service position ... at home 
on the dance floor ... a 
CYO'er . . . "Gee!" 



ROBERT S. OLIVER, JR. 

O . . . cool it men, here comes 
"Big O" . . . would like to 
attend college ... a bowling 
enthusiast. 





ROY W. O'BRIEN 

O'Bie . . . always inquisitive 
. . . soon to see the sea in the 
Navy ... a CYO man ... an 
enthusiastic sports fan. 



PAUL R. OLIVERIO 

Ollie . . . high school behind, 
business college ahead . . . 
digs Jazz and takes to water- 
skiing . . . "For crying out 
loud!" - someone took his type 
eraser again. 





THOMAS J. O'CONNELL, Jr. CYNTHIA OLSEN 



Tom . . . quiet and casual . . . 
name a sport -he likes it . . . 
slide rule and T-square will be 
the tools of his future. 

Football 10; Baseball 10; 
Basketball 11, 12; Cross Coun- 
try 12; Spring Track 12 



Cindy . . . always smiling 
. . . reading and limbo are her 
favorites . . . treasurer of PF 
and an active member of Rain- 
bow . . . never says "What a 
Blast" after a blind date. 

Campus 12; Sr. Nom., Comm.; 
Class Motto 11; Future Tea- 
chers 11, 12; Opening Exer- 
cises 10; High Honors 10, 11; 
Senior Party 





JOHN D. O'GORMAN 

Brogan . . . found on a bowling 
green, in a swimming pool or 
on a skating rink . . . going to 
join U.S. Navy . . . dislikes 
book work . . . "Oh, sugar!" 



JOSEPH P. OTERI 

Joe . . . blond and friendly . . . 
his figures will balance budgets 
. . . CYO, sports and work oc- 
copyhis spare time . . . the fairer 
sex irks him. 



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RUTH ANN V. O'TOOLE 

Penny ... a penny for her 
thoughts . . . another bowling 
and dancing fan . . . belongs to 
CYO and works. 

Pep Club 12 




MARSHA R. PARNABY 

Marsh . . . quiet and calm . . . 
active member of Rainbow . . . 
summers she can be found at 
the end of her rope on water 
skis! . . . hopes to type and 
take letters for an important 
boss. 

Reflector Advertising Staff 11, 
12; Pep Club 11, 12; Mr. Whit- 
more's Sec't. 12; P.B.L.A. 12 



SUSANNE F. PAGE 

Pagie . . . sparkling person- 
ality . . . always has everyone 
in stitches . . . active in Rain- 
bow and Girl Scouts . . . "I'm 
tellin' ya!" . . . hates dogs 
that eat turtles!!! 

Band 10,11,12; Southeastern 
Music Festival 10,11,12; Jr. 
Party; Campus 12; Creative 
Writing 12; Opening Exercises 
12; Class Banquet Comm. 12 




WAYNE PARRY 

Wango . . . toots the trumpet 
and enjoys combos . . . will 
be seeing the world through a 
porthole. 



Band 10, 
10,11,12 



11, 12; Orchestra 



RICHARD W. PALMER 

Dick . . . tall and reserved . . . 
his witty words will be helpful 
in his career in Journalism . . . 
belongs to DeMolay . . . plays 
a clever clarinet. 

Band 10,11,12; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 12 




LYNNE F. PATTISON 

Lynnie ... a loyal friend who 
can be heard yelling on the 
bus, "Oh! No!" ... a MYP'er, 
Rainbow girl and Sunday School 
teacher . . . headed for a 
career as a teacher. 

Future Teachers 11,12; Chorus 
12 



JOAN R. PANTTILA 

Joan . . . finds enjoyment in 
reading . . . her intellectual 
capability will make her a suc- 
cess . . . slaves as a file clerk 
. . . will go wild if she has to be 
awakened by an alarm clock. 

High Honors 10, 11; Campus 
11, 12; Senior Prom Comm.; Pep 
Club 11, 12; Prop Comm. 11; 
Opening Exercises 10; Science 
Club 11 



CHARLES R. PAONE 

Charlie . . . laughing brown 
eyes and never without a joke 
. . . collecting coins is his 
pastime . . . there's another 
basket for the CYO basketball 
team . . . intends a career in 
engineering. 

Basketball 10; Intramural Bas- 
ketball 10; Tennis 11, 12 



HEmHHHHNHHI 




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PATRICIA M. PELLETIER 

Pat . . . searching for secre- 
tarial work . . . already a 
working girl . . . Oh, how she 
hates to get up in the morning! 
. . . "Phooey!" 

Fashion Show 10, 11 



PATRICIA C. PERRONE 

Cheryl . . . short and perky 
. . . attends CYO . . . will 
soon be a skillful IBM opera- 
tor. 

Pep Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 12 



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NANCY A. PETERS 

Nancy . . . one of Weymouth 
High's many bowling and 
dancing enthusiasts ... an 
IBM machine is the key to 
her future. 

Pep Club 11, 12; P.B.L.A. 12 



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RICHARD PHILLIPS 

Skip . . . has the service in 
store for him . . . getting hit 
on the head repels him . . . 
"I ain't got no money" is his 
most common phrase . . . has a 
liking for football and baseball. 



EDWARD T. PETERSON, JR. 

Tom . . . tall and blond . . . 
running out of gas on the way to 
school annoys both the office 
and him . . . member of CYO 
. . . undecided between college 
and the service. 

Baseball 10, 11, 12; Football 
10, 11 



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SANDRA M. PILATO 

Sandy . . . looks ahead to 
IBM school or a business 
college ... "Yeah, right!" 
. . . enjoys skating . . . be- 
longs to CYO. 



Honors 10, 11; Mr. Jack's 
Sec't 11; Type Certificate 58; 
P.B.L.A. 12; Senior Party 



MARCIA L. PETERSON 

Marce . . . pert and peppy . . . 
plans to attend college - high- 
lighting headshrinking . . . 
Worthy Advisor of Wessagusset 
Rainbow . . . Chapter sweetheart 
of DeMolay. 

Band 10, 11,12; High Honors 
10, 11; Chorus 12; Junior 
Party; Creative Writing 11; 
Reflector 11, 12; Latin Certi- 
ficate 10; H.R. Msngr. 12 

WILLIAM H. PFLAUMER 

Bill . . . tinkers with cars and 
reels in rods . . . will soon 
hear reveille ringing in his 
ears. 



EDWARD E. PHILLIPS 

Eddie . . . hopes to become a 
mechanic . . . can be seen 
working at Babs Auto Service 
. . . need a muffler? See Eddie! 






LOUISE V. PINOLA 

Louise . . . birds in the trees 
seem to whisper her name . . . 
she doesn't like it when tea- 
chers do ... "So goes it" 
. . . relishes dancing . . . 
CYO's her club ... a budding 
secretary. 

Mrs. Cote's Sec't. 11, 12 



ROBERT B. PIRIE 

Bob . . . quiet strength and 
ease of manner . . . hopes to 
pursue a career in languages 
. . . perpetual resident of 210 
as Assistant Editor of Campus 
. . . active in DeMolay. 

Campus, Ass't. Ed. 12; Sr. 
Norn. Comm.; Honors 10,11 ; Key 
Club 12; Basketball 10; Student 
Council 10; Spanish Club 11; Jr. 
Usher; Opening Exercises 10; 
Class Motto 11 

EARL A. PITHIE 

Andy . . . artistic and musical 
. . . plays a pretty cool drum 
... is sure to succeed in art 
school ... is a DeMolay 
member. 

Band 11, 12 



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DEBORAH A. POPE 



Debbie . 
soon to 
likes al 
CYO . . 
team 
heard 



. . gay and lively 
be a secretary , 



sports . . 
, . . a losing 
annoys her . 
saying, "Oh, 



some kind of a nut !" 



attends 
football 
, . often 
you're 



Chorus 11; Library Club Treas. 
11; Pep Club 11, 12; Miss 
Vining's Sec't. 12 





BETTE M. PUOPOLO 

Bette . . . setting her future 
in curlers ... a bowling bug. 

Choir 10, 11, 12; Distributive 
Ed. 12 



JAMES W. PORTER 

Jim . . . wants to face the 
future in Air Force blue ... a 
real sportsman, likes to hunt 
and fish . . . bugged by 
"Charlie" . .. "Go soak your 
head!" 

Student Council 11 



DONNA L. POULIN 

Donna ... a future secretary 
. . . loves to bowl and dance 
. . . coming from Florida, 
can't stand our cold weather 
... "I hope I do!" 

Pep Club 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 11, 
12; Gym Team 11, 12 



JANICE G. PRATT 

Jan . . . seen smiling in a 
station wagon with sweetheart 
. . . future elementary school 
teacher . . . Sunday School tea- 
cher . . . pet peeve is "phonies " 
. . . "Have you seen Harry?" 

Honors 10, 11; Gym Team 11; 
Future Teachers 11, 12; Campus, 
Feature Co-Ed. 12; Senior Nom. 
Comm.; Class Banquet 12; Miss 
Canning's Msngr. 12 



AGNES M. PRESCOTT 

Agony . . . pleasant to meet, 
delightful to know . enjoys' 
skating, swimming, bowling 
and dancing but can do without 
gym . . . will make a kind and 
gentle nurse. 




MARIE E. PUOPOLO 

Ree . . . round and round she 
goes roller skating, ice skating 
or dancing . . . has a fancy to 
be a dressmaker or secretary 
... is a CYO member . . . pet 
peeve is people who copy 
homework . . . "So what!" 

Fashion Show 11; Cafeteria 
Duty 11; Reflector Sec't. 12 



ROBERT A. RALPH 

Bob . . . sports-conscious 
young man with a yen for 
basketball or driving Herbie's 
truck . . . heard expostulating, 
"You're out to lunch" ... at- 
tends CYO and Christian 
Doctrine. 

Cross Country 10, 11, 12; 
Spring Track 10, 11; Winter 
Track 11; Basketball 10 



EARL F. RAND, JR. 

Earl ... a businessman at 
heart . . . just loves money, 
collecting coins that is . . . 
Oh, how he hates to get up in 
the morning! 

Band 10, 11, 12 



DOROTHY M. REARDON 

Dotti . . . digs dancin' . . . 
peeved by people who brag 
. . . belongs to CYO . . . 
wants to be a secretary . . . 
'Why-y not!" 



Pep Club 11, 
12 



12; F.B.L.A. 11, 



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ROSEMARY A. REGAL 

Rosemary . , . hates homework 
. . . plans to be a secretary 
. . . CYO member ... "I 
don't know." 

Future Nurses 10; P.B.L.A. 
11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12 



JEAN REMONDINI 

Jeannie . . . friendly and full 
of fun ... a ready smile for 
everyone . . . planning to be 
a practical nurse . . . loves to 
skate, dance and bowl ... a 
CYO'er and active member of 
a girls' club . . . peeved when 
kept waiting . .."You flower!" 

Gym Team 11; Dance Decora- 
tions 11; Pep Club 11, 12; 
P.B.L.A. 12; Class Play 12 





ANN M. RICHARDSON 

Ann . . . pert and petite with 
personality plus . . . loves 
fun in the form of roller skating 
and dancing . . . belongs to 
CYO . . . hates pokey drivers 
. . . she has lived on the Mid- 
way Islands. 

Sophomore Party; F.B.L.A. 
11; Distributive Ed., Treas. 
12; D.E.C.A. 12 



KATHLEEN E. RICHARDSON 

Kathy ... a warm smile and 
a kind word for everyone . . . 
always there when you need a 
friend . . . plans to attend a 
business school. 

Campus Sec't. 12; Mrs. Mc- 
Kean's Sec't. 12; Cap and 
Gown Comm. 12; Honors 10, 
11; Shorthand Certificate 
60, 80 



JOHN P. RENNIE 

John . . . wants to join the 
Navy and see the world . . . 
can be seen in just about any 
local pool hall or bowling 
establishment . . . "Tomorrow's 
another day. " 





JAMES R. RICHMOND 

Jim . . . bent on becoming a 
traveling cabinetmaker . . . 
likes to hunt, swim, play 
hockey and play football, 
wrestle, practice judo, and 
pitch horseshoes . . . belongs 
to CYO 

Student Council 10, 11, 12; 
Class Motto 11; Honors 10, 11 



MARCIA E. RENNIE 

Marcia . . . blond and blissful 
. . . delights in skimming the 
ice . . . abhors boys who call 
late for a date . . . "What a 
riot!" 

Student Council 11; F.B.L.A. 
11, 12; Pep Club 11, 12; Cap 
and Gown Comm. 12; Gym Team 
11, 12; Crafts Club 12 





WILLIAM H. RICHMOND 

Bill . . . quiet and reserved 
. . . likes the great outdoors 
. . . enjoys skiing, boating 
and fishing . . . would like to 
go to Rensselaer next year. 

Key Club 12 



WILLIAM B. RICE 

Barry . . . good natured and 
fun ... on warm summer days 
you'll see him on skis . . . 
cool with the clippers, a barber 
he'll be. 





ANN F. RILEY 

Ann . . . dislikes being called 
Annie . . . intends to be an 
IBM operator . . . likes to 
draw ... is an active mem- 
ber of CYO and St. Jerome 's 
Sodality . . . can be heard 
saying, "Good Thinking!" 



F.B.L.A. 
Sec't. 12 



11, 12; Mr. Collins' 



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PAUL V. RILEY 

Rile . . . his hobbies are cars 
and radios . . . brothers bother 
Rile . . . "You better believe 
it." 

Football 10 



STEPHEN P. RODGERSON 

Beaver . . . will work like a 
beaver in the business world 
... he builds cars instead of 
dams ... a CYO member . . . 
hates homework. 

Basketball 10 



DONNA L. RINALDI 

Donna . . . will take her place 
as a secretary . . . happiest 
when on skates ... a member 
of CYO . . . pettly peeved by 
real long hair . . . "What a 
blast!" 

Honors 10; P.B.L.A. 11, 12; 
Type Certificate 60; Shorthand 
Certificate 60, 80; Mr. Ghiorse's 
Sec't. 12 



ARTHUR P. ROGERS 

Art ... a prospective B.U. 
student ... an asset to the 
YMCA when he finished third 
in the state YMCA high jump 
championship . . . bugged by 
homework. 



JOSEPH W. RITZ 

Joe . . . outdoor enthusiast 
. . . happy on the golf course 
or in the woods - hunting . . . 
his exclusive expression, 
"Oh, great!" 

Cross Country 10; Winter Track 
10 



ROBERT F. ROONEY, JR. 

Bob . . . crazy about cars and 
boats . . . points to printing 
as ambition . . . pet peeve, 
people who say "I don't know" 
. . . exclusive expression, "I 
don't know." 

Student Council 12; Open 
House 10, 11, 12 



JANICE E. ROBAR 

Jan . . . sweet and friendly, 
. . . will focus her talents on 
the teaching profession . . . 
participates in CYO . . . with 
a blank expression - "I can't 
think of anything." 

Student Council 10, 11; Cor- 
responding Sec't. 12; Future 
Teachers 12; Pep Club 12; 
Senior Prom Comm. 



HARRY H. ROSENTHAL 

Harry . . . seen smiling in a 
station wagon with skuba tank, 
skis and sweetheart . . . usu- 
ually headed for YMCA . . . 
carefully considering college. 

Cross Country 10, 11, 12; 
Winter Track 10; Spring Track 
10, 11, 12; Senior Prom Comm.; 
Debate Club 12; Key Club 11, 
12; Wrestling Team 11, 12 



SHARON LEE ROCHE 

Sha . . . another Delia Street 
. . . she'd rather spend her 
time bowling than doing home- 
work anyday . . . "Well!" 



MARY V. ROSSETTI 

Mazzie . . . would like to 
work as an IBM secretary . . . 
enjoys bowling and dancing 
"Oh, yeah!" 

Pep Club 11, 12; Shorthand 
Certificate 60; Type Certifi- 
cate 55; F.B.L.A. 12; Mr. 
Perry's Sec't. 12 




NATALIE L. ROULSTON 

Nat ... a vivacious cheer- 
leader, enjoys addressing ques- 
tions to people on couches 
. . . irritated by people who 
start, but don't finish, saying 
something ... is a member of 
Rainbow ... "I Could care!" 

Sophomore Party; Future 
Nurses, Sec't. 10, 11; Gym 
Team 11; Campus 12; Opening 
Exercises 11, 12; Cheerleader 
11, 12; Class Treas. 12 



DOROTHY E. RYAN 

Dottie . . . her footsteps will 
follow the path to college . . . 
dislikes people who are con- 
ceited without justification 
. . . belongs to a bowling 
league and CYO. 

Senior Prom Comm. 





SUSAN D. ROWELL 

Sue ... a friend to all ... 
member of Rainbow and P F 
. . . her career in physical 
therapy will limber up many a 
muscle. 

Future Nurses 10, 11, 12 



JOHN J. RYAN 

Jack ... a lively, red-headed 
Irishman . . . thumps the drum 
. . . hopes to attend Burdett 
College ... is a member of 
CYO . . . original expression, 
"Vomp Bomp." 

Cross Country 10, 11, 12; 
Winter Track 10, 11, 12; 
Spring Track 10; Honors 10 





MARJORIE C. ROY 

Mardi ... a prospective stu- 
dent at New England School 
of Art, presently a student at 
John Robert Powers School . . . 
don't be late when meeting 
Mardi . .. "That's too bad!" 

Debate Club 12; Reflector Ad- 
vertising Staff; Arts and 
Crafts Club, Sec't.-Treas. 12 



WILLIAM G. RYAN 

Bill ... is undecided as to 
what his future career will be 
. . . likes girls and bowling 
. . . dislikes not being excused 
when the bell rings . . . "I'll 
kill you!' * 

Football 10, 11; Baseball 10 





ROBERT S. RULEY 

Bob . . . would like to go into 
business ... is active in 
church . . . Bob's pet peeve is 
kids who have nice cars . . . 
"Don't you just know it?" 



KENNETH J. SANGALEER 

Ken . . . always active . . . 
nothing "anti-like" about 
bowling or football. 





SUSAN P. RUSSELL 

Sue ... a secretary, yet, but 
with law book in hand . . . 
finds her fun dancing and 
skating ... a YPF'er . . . 
can't stand people who say 
things they don't mean . . . 
'"You comedian!" 

Opening Exercises 10, 11, 12; 
F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Pep Club 
11, 12; Senior Nominating 
Comm. 



MARY T. SANTACROCE 

Mae . . . hopes to be a medical 
secretary . . . enjoys bowling 
and dancing . . . belongs to 
CYO. . ."Oh, you're kidding!" 

Dance Decorations 11; Pep 
Club 12; F.B.L.A. 12 




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SUZANNE E. SARGENT 

Sue . . . sunny and spry . . . 
the future will find her behind 
a typewriter . . . daily drudge, 
winding her watch . . . member 
of Rainbow and PP . . . "Oh, 
really!" as she hits another 
wrong note on her piano. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12 



PAULA L. SCHNEIDER 

Paula . . . has mind to teach 
. . . enjoys dancing and bowl- 
ing ... is a member of YPP 
. . . pet peeve is long TV 
commercials . . . "What are 
you anyway, some kind of nut!" 

Future Teachers 11,12 



WILLIAM B. SEACH 

Bill . . . soon to be a rock- 
knockin' archaeologist . . . 
our boy likes to read and lift 
weights . . . "How about 
that!" . . . he's been on 
Hawaiian beaches. 

Track 10, 11; Cross Country 
10, 11, 12; Debate Club 11; 
Spanish Club 11, 12; Senior 
Nominating Comm; Senior Play; 
Graduation Dance Comm. 



DAVID R. SERAFINI 

Dave . . . short and smiling 
. . . faithfully feeds his face 
. . . Vice-Pres. of CYO . . . 
"You'd better believe it!" 

Play Reading 12; Senior Prom 

Comm. 






RAMON A H. SCOTT 

Mona ... on her toes . . . as- 
pires to be in the limelight as 
a dancer . . . inquisitive, al- 
ways asking, "Why 9 " 

Dance Decorations 11; H.R. 
Msngr. 12; D.E.C.A. 12; Class 
Play 12 



GAIL E. SHANAHAN 

Gail . . . following a direct 
path to the business world 
. . . likes ice skating, boys 
and parties ... a CYO'er . . . 
hates winding rollers! . . . 
. . . "For goodness sakes!" 

Gym Team 11,12 





AUGUSTINE F. SCULLY, JR. CLAIRE L. SHARP 




Gus . . . Mario Lanza of our 
class . . . seen bouncing on a 
trampoline or chasing a fowl 
with a bow and arrow . . . mem- 
ber of CYO . . . going to col- 
lege . .. "Come on, boys!" 

Baseball 10; Chorus 10, 11, 
12; Football 10, 11, 12; Cap 
and Gown Comm. 12 



THOMAS D. SEABURY 

Seab . . . contemplating col- 
lege- . . . sails with the wind 
at Wessagussett Yacht Club 
. . . not an English enthusiast 
. . . "You don't say!" 



Band 10, 11, 12 



Claire ..... efficiency person- 
ified . . . dancer and Rainbow 
member . . . hates transcriptions 
. . . future legal secretary . . . 
"That's all!" 

Reflector 10, 11, 12; F.B.L.A. 
11, Treas. 12; Type Certificate 
55; Shorthand Certificate 60, 
80; Campus Sec't. 12 



DAVID G. SHAW 

Dave . . . still frowning about 
his future ... a whiz on the 
ice . . . says homework is a 
headache . . . "I can't think." 




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JOHN R. SHAW 

John . . . "Definitely" dis- 
likes dropping books! . . . cau- 
tiously conjuring college . . . 
likes staying home, instead of 
freezing in an open car. 

Junior Usher; Debate Club 12; 
Key Club 12 



WILLIAM SHUTE 

Bill . . . "Anchors Aweigh" 
he s off to join the Navy . „ . 
scores on the ice for St. 
Jerome's . . . hates homework 
• ■ • "Hey, Brogan!" 



DAVID A. SMART 

Dave . . . endeavors to enter 
the field of radio and television 
. . . loves all water sports . . . 
is a member of CYO . . . pet 
peeve is people who think 
legal drag racing is crazy . . . 
is often heard saying, "Ain't 
ready for it yet." 



DONALD F. SMITH 

Smitty . . . plans to join the 
service ... a real sports 
lover ... a good infielder in 
baseball . . . surprise tests 
irk him . . . "It's a possibility." 

Track 11; Baseball 10, 12 





BARBARA A. SIMCIK 

Barbara . . . intends to use 
her skill in business sub- 
jects in later years . . . likes 
to talk on the telephone . . . 
dislikes being late . . . can be 
heard saying, "You know!" 



JAMES M. SMITH 

Jim . . . intends to enter the 
field of business administra- 
tion ... a bowling bug . . . 
hates homework . . . "Oh, no!" 





RUTHANN SINIBALDI 

Chubs . . . petite and peppy . . . 
always sunny ... a sure suc- 
cess as a future teacher . . . 
active CYO member . .. "Whata 
creep!" 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; South 
eastern Music Festival 10, 11, 
12; Future Teachers 11, Sec't. 
12; Campus 12; H.R. Msngr. 12 



JOAN M. SIROIS 

Joanie ... a cute cashier . . . 
attends CYO and Sodality . . . 
"Oh, ya!" 

Band 10; Orchestra 10; Sopho- 
more Party; Creative Writing 
11, 12 



MARJORIE J. SMITH 

Margie . . . looks to teaching 
as a career . . . plays the ac- 
cordion, cooks and enjoys 
sports . . . PF member . . . 
dislikes gum chewing and 
cliques. 

Pep Club 11; Chemistry Club 
11; Future Teachers 11, 12 



DONALD A. SPEAR 

Don . . . flyboy of the future 
in the Air Force . . . hates to 
listen to women who "yak" 
continually . . . enjoys foot- 
ball, hockey and water skiing 
. . . belongs to DeMolay. 

Student Council 12 




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JANE SPINNEY 

Janie . . . has hopes of be- 
coming a nurse ... a YPF'er 
. . . peeved by snobbv people. 
. . .when spoken to -"Who, me?" 

Library Club 10, 11, 12; H.R. 
Rep. 11; Student Council 11 





JOYCE T. STARRATT 

Joyce . . . well-groomed and 
truly sophisticated . . . has a 
keen sense of humor and takes 
pleasure in sports . . . will 
surely succeed in the college 
of her choice. 

Honors 10, 11; Chorus 11; 
Cap and Gown Comm. 12; Pep 
Club 11, 12 



STEWART C. SPINNEY 

Stu . . . smart without much 
work . . . would like to take a 
Pre-Med course . . . attends 
DeMolay . . . dislikes opti- 
mism . . . can be heard saying , 
"Yuk." 

Baseball 10, 11 





JANET M. STEEL 

Janet . . . another Florence 
Nightingale . . . does volun- 
teer work at the hospital . . . 
pettly peeved by people who 
snap gum . . . "You don't 
say!" 



Future Nurses 10, 11, 
Chemistry Club 11, 12 



12; 



ELIZABETH A. STACK 

Betty . . . vivacious and out- 
going with a flare for fashion 
design . . . develops natural 
artistic ability with classes at 
Mass. Art and the Museum of 
Fine Arts ... off hours she's 
horseback riding ... a sure 
success as a fashion illus- 
trator. 

Honors 10; Campus 11, Lay- 
out Editor 12; J.M.S.V.C. 11,12 




mm 




SUSAN STETSON 

Sue . . . her eyes have it . . . 
a junior college prospect . . . 
pet peeve is conceited people 
. . . "Oh, boy!" 

Dance Decorations 11; Reflec- 
tor Art Staff 12 



HAROLD F. STANDRING 

Skip . . . college qualified . . . 
his hobby is model airplanes 
. . . "Censored!" 

Band 10, 11, Manager 12; Or- 
chestra 10, 11; Chemistry 
Club 11 





RALPH B. STEWART, JR. 

Ralph . . . hates silly girls . . . 
enjoys skin diving . . . hopes 
to attend college after high 
school . . . loves sports and 
is good at them . .. "Unbe- 
lievable!" 

Football 10, 11, 12; Hockey 
10; Track 10, 11, 12; Campus 
12 



LORRAINE T. STANLEY 

Lorrie ... a future "angel of 
mercy" . .. enjoys movies and 
bowling in the Wonder Bowl 
League . . . annoyed by boys 
in bermuda shorts . .. "Hi, 
guys!" 

Pep Club 12; Debate Club 12 





CAROL A. STONE 

Carol . . . bound for Boston 
School of Nursing . . . hap- 
piest on a tennis court or in 
the water ... a CYO'er. 

F.B.L.A. 11; Pep Club 12 



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JEAN F. STONEHOUSE 

Jean . . . smart and sedate . . . 
received a letter of commen- 
dation from the National Merit 
Scholarship Society . . . likes 
bowling and CYO . . . anti- 
cipates attending Bridgewater 
State College. 

Pep Club 11, 12; Debate Club 
12; Future Teachers 12 





PAUL J. SULLIVAN 

Sully . . . would rather remain 
anonymous . . . but it was dis - 
covered that he works and is 
on the road to college. 



HERBERT C. STOWE 

Herb . . . school is his pet 
peeve, likes to play hookey, I 
mean hockey . . . enjoys water 
skiing and skin diving . . . 
plans to study business ad- 
ministration and see the world. 

Hockey 10; Football 10, 11; 
Wrestling 11, 12; Track 11, 12; 
Cross Country 12 



PHYLLIS J. STRICKLAND 

Phill ... a smile for everyone 
... an accordian player . . . 
enjoys cake decorating and 
sports . . . belongs to Rainbow 
and Fellowship . . . plans to 
take nurses' training at Brock- 
ton or Salem . . . "Gee Whiz!" 

Chorus 10; Dance Decoration 
11; Future Nurses 12 






MARIE E. SULLO 

Eileen . . . sweet and smart 
... a sure success in college 
. . . enjoys skimming the ice 
... a CYO'er . . . people who 
are late (excluding herself) 
irk her. 

High Honors 10, 11; Superla- 
tive Latin Award 10, Eminent 
Latin Award 11; Reflector 11, 
12; Pep Club 11, 12; Junior 
Party:, Gym Team 11; Campus 
12 

JUDITH E. SWEENEY 

Judy . . . laughing and lovely 
. . . plans to be a private sec- 
retary . . . belongs to Rainbow 
and YPP. 

Honors 10; Fashion Show 10, 
11; Cap and Gown Comm. 12; 
F.B.L.A. 11, V.P. 12; Short- 
handCertificate 60; Mr. Reams' 
Sec't. 12 



ANDREA L. STUB 

Andi . . . college qualified and 
math minded . . . dreams of 
drama ... a working girl and 
member of CYO . . . "Isn't 
that interesting!" 

Latin certificate of Merit 11; 
Future Teachers 11, 12; Open- 
ing Exercises 12; Debate Club 
12 





JOHN C. SWIFT 

Swifty . . . found eating, hunt- 
ing, fishing . . . belongs to 
Christian Doctrine and Mass. 
Foulers Association . . . plans 
to be a cabinetmaker or truck 
driver . . . hates road hogs . . . 
"All right little boy, leave 
me alone." 

Student Council 10, 11, 12; 
Honors 10 



MARY ANN SULLIVAN 

Sully . . . wanted: an office 
to type in . . . Softball, skating 
and swimming suit her fine 
. . . pet peeve is '55 Fords 
. . . "Tremendous!" 



Pep Club 
Sec't. 12 



11; Mr. White's 





FREDERICK TAUSEVICH 

Tausey . . . the joker is wild 
. . . will become business ad- 
ministration student at Boston 
University . . . South Shore 
Health Studio's healthiest 
customer. 



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JANET L. TAYLOR 

Jan . . . amiable and admirable 
. . . sees future as a private 
secretary . . . favorite pastimes 
are bowling and football games 
. . . "Oh ya!" 

Honors 10, 11; Fashion Show 
10; Typing Certificate 56; 
Shorthand Certificate 60, 80; 
F.B.L.A. 12; Campus Sec't. 12; 
Mrs. MacKean's Sec't. 12 



JOHN F. THIBADEAU 

John ... a fisherman and a 
yachtsman . . . after high 
school it's the naval reserves 
. . . could be he'll command a 
whole naval fleet someday! 



EDWARD L. THIBEAULT, JR. 

Ed, . . . nose to the grindstone , 
but ready for fun . . . creative 
in art or architecture . . . 
hopes for an engineering 
career. 

High Honors 10; Honors 11 



DAWN I. THOMAS 

Donnie . . . dark shiny hair . . . 
once a friend, always a friend 
... an avid baseball fan . . . 
next stop, Burdett College, 
then a medical secretary. 

Honors 10, 11; Spanish Club 
H.R. Msngr 11; Library Club 
11, 12; Deaate Club 12 



GENE R. THOMAS 

Gene . . . always on the look- 
out for fun . . . annoyed by 
school . . . hoping to attend 
University of Mass. . .. busi- 
ness administration or engi- 
neering are on his agenda for 
the future. 



Class Banquet 
Honors 10 



Comm. 12; 




WILLIAM J. THOMAS 

Bill . . . looks to a future in 
the Merchant Marines . . . has 
visited Montreal. 

Cap and GownComm. 12 



CAROL A. THORP 

Carol . . . quiet charm . . . 
jazz and tap dancing keep her 
on her toes . . . plans to at- 
tend U.C.L.A. to study jour- 
nalism . . . "Drat!" 

Honors 10, 11; Creative 
Writing 11, 12; Library Club 
11, 12; Spanish Club 11; Open- 
ing Exercises 12; Play Read- 
ing 12; Senior Nominating 
Comm. 



JEFFREY A. THUNBERG 

Jeff . . . the original "Cam- 
pus Kid" ... a blue-eyed 
blond with a good personality 
. . . inquisitive and intelligent 
. . . headed for college . . . 
enjoys tape recording and ten- 
pin bowling ... an officer in 
DeMolay . . . "Good Thinkin'!" 
Cross Country 10, 12; Winter 
Track 10, 12; Spring Track 
10, 12; Honors 11; Campus 
12; Debate Club 12; Senior 
Prom Comm. 

GEORGIANNA M. TIERNEY 

George . . . planning to go on 
to business school ... an 
avid sports fan ... a Hori- 
zon Club member. 

Fashion Show 10; F.B.L.A. 
11; Pep Club 11, 12 



LINDA E. TIRRELL 

Linda ... a friendly and jovial 
smile . . . her ever-ready help- 
ing hand is offered at the 
South Shore Hospital . . . 
steps lead to college. 

Fashion Show 10; F.B.L.A. 
12; Pep Club 12 



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BARBARA E. TONIS 

Barb . . . participates in 
Rainbow and PF . . . commonly 
curls up with a book in hand 
. .. her routine response is, 
"I would imagine" . . . come 
September, she'l 1 be wearing 
the freshman cap of Gettys- 
burg College. 

Chorus 10, 11, 12; Orchestra 
10, 11; Spanish Club 11; Fu- 
ture Teachers 11; Senior 
Nominating Comm.; Debate 
Club 12; Creative Writing 12 

MICHAEL F. TRAVI 

Mike . . . will get his technical 
training at Franklin . . . rifle 
in hand heads for the great out- 
doors ... a swift short-order 
cook. 

Open House 10; Senior Party 



CAROL J. TROP 

Carol ... a friendly girl . . . 
likes to baby sit . . . teaches 
Sunday School and belongs to 
PF . . . her ambition is to 
become a secretary . . . says , 
"You know!" 

F.B.L.A. 12 





JUDITH E. VACHON 

Judy . . . agile and amicable 
... a seafaring miss, delight- 
ing in skiing and boating . . . 
also active in CYO . . . hopes 
to become a woman in white. 

H.R. Msngr. 12 



JOHN R. VARA 

Roger . . . alias Ferdinand . . . 
a terribly talented dancer . . . 
takes ballroom, tumbling, acro- 
batics, tap and ballet . . . 
content to spend his days in a 
dance studio . . . already an 
assistant instructor. 

Band 10, 11 



PAUL M. VALENTINE 

Tino . . . belongs to the six- 
foot class . . . headed for 
Wentworth or Northeastern and 
a career in electronics. 

Cross Country 10; Spring 
Track 10; Winter Track 10; 
Honors 11 



FREDERICK D. TURNER 

Rick ... a real live wire who 
loves Latin . ..likes just about 
every sport . . . his future 
holds college and finally 
aeronautical engineering. 

Basketball 10, 11, 12; Base- 
ball 10; Junior Party; Golf 12 





SALLY J. VERBECK 

Sally . . . hospitable and 
humorous . . . spends her spare 
time working . . . shorthand 
and typing will be the major 
subjects of her future. 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; H.R. Treas. 
12; Campus Sec't. 12; Senior 
Play Usherette. 



JUDITH L. TURNER 

Judi . . . pretty and petite . . . 
belongs to Rainbow . .. she'll 
work after graduation for pay! 



H.R. 
Party 



Rep. 10; Sophomore 




LESLIE A. VICTOR 

Les . . . next stop college . . . 
finds fishing and cars fascina- 
ting . . . "Fantastic !" 



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KAREN I. VILLENEUVE 

Karen . . . artistic . . . her 
future lies in art ... active 
in Rainbow and an asset to her 
church basketball team ... a 
Saturday student at Mass. Art 
. . . roamed the "Dark Con- 
tinent" for three years . . . 
"Rats !" 

Future Nurses 10; Campus 11, 
Art Ed. 12; Opening Exercises 
12 



MARJORIE H. WALSH 

Margie . . . seeking a secre- 
tarial position ... a bowling 
and roller skating fan, also a 
CYO'er . . . don't break your 
promises to her! ... "For 
Pete's sake!" 

F.B.L.A. 12 





JUNE M. VINING 

June . . . quiet and modest, 
yet keen and alert . . . apt in 
the field of art with a special 
skill in fashion design . . . en- 
joys all sports and is a wel- 
come member on every team 
. . . college will open many 
channels for her talents. 

Campus 12; Honors 10, 11 



ELAINE C. WARD 

Elaine . . . sweet simplicity 
. . . headed for the head of a 
classroom . . . sewing, skating, 
dancing- she likes them all 
... a faithful member of 
Rainbow, MYF and Clapp Mem- 
orial "Y" . . . peeved by 
talkative people . .. "Rather!" 

Future Teachers 11, 12; High 
Honors 11; Honors 10; Latin 
Award 10 






LEE C. VOELKER, JR. 

Lee . . . headed for North- 
eastern ... a dedicated drib- 
bler and member of DeMolay. 



CAROLE E. WALKER 

Carole . . . big in our band . . . 
soon to be a working girl . . . 
a loyal member of Rainbow . . . 
water's her love all year round 
swimming or skating . . . "Oh, 
darn it all!" 



F.B.L.A. 
12 



11, 12; Band 10, 11, 



ELIZABETH A. WARD 

Liz . . . friendly and always 
smiling ... a hard worker who 
allows plenty of time for fun 
... a basketball fan and mem- 
ber of her church team . . . has 
her fingers in many pies . . . 
looks forward to a nursing 
career, beginning at the 
Childrens Hospital. 
Student Council 10, 11, Vice- 
Pres. 12; J.M.S.V.C. 11, 12; 
Future Nurses 10, 12 Sec't. 11; 
Campus 12 

MARIANNE J. WAYNICH 

Mamie ... a prospective buyer 
... a horseback riding fan 
. . . prejudiced people perturb 
her . . . "Forget it." 

Chorus 10; Pep Club 12 






ELINOR E. WALLS 

Elinor ... a quiet manner . . . 
neyer changing, always pleas- 
ing ... a skating enthusiast 
. . . sets her sights toward 
college. 



JUDITH A. WEBB 

Judy . . . plans to attend busi- 
ness school . . . enjoys 
skating and babysitting . . . 
"What are you, some kind-o- 
nut!" 



Spanish Club, Vice Pres. 11 Mr. Swanson's Sec't. 12 




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ROBERT G. WEEKS 

Bob . . . where sports are con- 
cerned - he likes them all . . . 
a loyal DeMolay'er . . . has 
one complaint - his grades . . . 
"How goes it?" 



Key 
10 



Club 12; Cross Country 



JUDITH A. WESTON 

Judy . . . enjoys riding and 
swimming . . . belongs to the 
YWCA . . . crystal ball says 
she will become hairdresser 
setting long, long hair . . . 
pet peeve, boys with long, 
long hair. 



Chorus 
D.E.C.A. 



10; 
12 



Pep Club 11; 





RICHARD A. WEIR 

Ricky . . . quick on the wit 
with a gleam in his eye . . . 
hopes for a liberal arts educa- 
tion . . . balances the Campus 
books or a tennis racket with 
equal dexterity. 

Campus, Business Manager 12; 
Key Club 12; J.M.S.V.C. 12; 
Cross Country 10; Honors 10, 
11 



CLAYTON L. WHITE, JR. 

Whitey . . . playing the drums 
preoccupies much of his time 
. . . when he isn't beating on 
the drums, he's skating . . . 
looks forward to being a full 
time musician. 






DEBORAH A. WELSCH 

Debbie . . . wit to persuade and 
to delight . . . humor to spark any 
group . . . likes swimming, danc- 
ing and busy weekends . . . tri- 
angles are trying ... a future 
psychologist. 

Student Council 10, 11; Cheer- 
leader 11, 12; Honors 10,11; 
Class Motto 11; Latin Certificate 
of Honorable Merit 10, 11; Senior 
Party. 



HELEN S. WENTZEL 

Sue . . . her next address will 
be Wilson College ... at 
home in the water or at the 
keyboard ... a loyal Rainbow 
girl . . . "Oh, nuts!" 



Spanish Club 11; 
minating Comm. 



Senior No- 



CAROL A. WESTPIELD 

Lorac . . . artistic . . . hopes 
to become a bookkeeper ... a 
bug on tropical fish, boating 
and photography . . . "Wicked." 



Campus 
Club 11 



11, 12; Earth Science 



JANE M. WHITE 

Janie . . . hard-working and 
fun-loving ... a wonderful 
friend and welcome member of 
any crowd . . . her job and 
Student Council keepher busy 
. . . don't throw Janie a line, 
boys, she doesn't bite! . . . 
Next stop, Katharine Gibbs 
. .. "It's unbelievable." 
Student Council 10, 11, Re- 
cording Sec't. 12; Campus, 
Proof Ed. 12; Sophomore 
Party 

MARJORIE M. WHITE 

Margie ... a cute blue-eyed 
miss . . . busy all the time 
. . . wants to enter the teaching 
profession ... a terrific 
dancer . . . belongs to her 
church basketball team and 
Rainbow. 

J.M.S.V.C. 10, 11; Future 
Teachers 12; Cap and Gown 
Comm. 12; Campus 12 



MILDRED M. WHITE 

Millie . . . has the unusual 
hobby of photograph coloring 
. . . likes to dance and al- 
ways has a willing partner 
... is headed for college. 

Chorus 10, 11; Junior Party; 
Mr. Storms' Sec't. 12; Short- 
hand Certificate, 60 






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LUCILLE H. WHITTINGTON 



JUDITH A. WILLINDER 



Lucy . . . red-haired and re- 
ticent . . . Bridgewater bound 
. . . bowling and skating are 
her favorite sports . . . hates 
homework . .. "Oh, boy !" 

Pep Club 12; Future Tea- 
chers 12; Spanish Club 11; 
Senior Prom Comm. 



Judy . . . seeking a seat be- 
hind a typewriter . . . has a 
blast on skates or at the 
bowling alleys . .. here's a 
switch, she casts her vote 
against male drivers . . . 
"Oh, cut it out." 

F.B.L.A. 11, 12; Mr. Nelson's 
Sec't. 12 



SHIRLEY E. WHITTLES 

Shirl attractive blond . . . 

enjoys running errands . . . the 
future sees her holding a 
scalpel and a steno pad for 
some young, handsome doctor. 

H.R. Msngr. 10; Cap and 
Gown Comm. 12; F.B.L.A. 12 



CHARLES K. WILSON 

Ken . . . considering civil en- 
gineering . . . sports and cars 
catch his fancy . .. keeps 
busy with his job . . . doesn't 
like Campus representatives 
who bother him in the morning 
. . . "Oh, really!" 

Football 10, 11; Senior No- 
minating Comm.; Senior Prom 
Comm. 



ALBERT B. WICKLUND 

Albert . . . better known as 
Chester . . . working towards 
the accounting profession . . . 
spends spare time with auto 
mechanics ... "How about 
that?" 



LINDA J. WILSON 

Linda ... a pleasant girl to 
meet . . . hopes to go to an 
IBM school . . . outside school, 
she keeps busy with Rainbow 
. . . often says, "Yabba 
dabba do." 

Pep Club 11, 12 



DIANNE L. WIENCKO 

Di . . . a former west coaster 
from California ... at home in 
the water or on a surfboard 
. . . "Snazzy." 



JOHN R. WINSHIP 

Jack ... a future mechanical 
technician who dislikes home 
work . . . likes to play hockey 
. . . "Gee whiz!" 



RICHARD C. WILLIAMS 

Dick ... loquacious and like- 
able ... fishi ng and hunting 
enthusiast ... a true South- 
erner . . . heard saying, "Have 
you been saving your confed- 
erate money?" and ' 'The 
South will rise again." 

Football 10, 11; Debate Club 
11. 12 



WINIFRED S. WINSTEAD 

Winnie . . . plans are up in the 
air - as an airline hostess, 
that is . . . pet peeve is her 
sister . . . won two medals 
for 50 yard dash - in the 
water, yet . . . "Oh, my 
word!" 

Future Teachers 11, 12; Pep 
Club 11, 12 





SUSAN J. WISH ART 

Sue . . . seeking a seat at a 
typewriter . . . can always be 
found cheering loud and clear 
... a member of Rainbow . . . 
"Oh, my gosh; Oh, my gosh; 
Oh, my gosh!" 

P.B.L.A. 12; Pep Club 12; 
Senior Prom Comm.; Reflector 
Rep. 12 



JOHN G. WRIGHT 

Johnny . . . short in size, big 
in personality . . . certified 
public accounting is his calling 
. . . speeds through the summer 
on water skis ... an active 
YPP'er . . . would like to give 
his sister away ... "I bet no 
one would take her." 



LORRAINE V. WRIGHT 

Laurie . . . next time you hear 
your bell ring, open the door, 
hear "Avon calling," look up, 
and see a pleasant smiling 
face, its probably Laurie . . . 
busy bowling and bouncing 
basketballs . .. "Beautiful!" 

Mr. Clancy's Sec't.; F.B.L.A. 
12 



JAMES E. YOUNG 

Poopsie . . . President Poopsie 
plans to join the Army after 
graduation . . . loves cars . . . 
angered by talkative people 
. . . "Oh, ya!" 

Student Council 11, 12; Honors 
10, 11; Class Pres. W.V.S. 12; 
Cross Country 10; Open House 
10 



VIRGINIA ZAMMARCHI 

Ginny . . . loud in the Pep 
Club, loyal to our team ... a 
future private secretary . . . 
enjoys sports and dancing . . . 
a CYO'er . . . "Swell!" 

Pep Club 11, 12; P.B.L.A. 11, 
12; Reflector Advertising Staff 
11, 12; Mr. Richie's Sec't. 



EMI LIE A. ZIKMUND 

Em . . . cute, friendly and fun 
. . . mischief is her best friend 
. . . enjoys dancing and sports, 
but dislikes unfriendly people 
. . . Michigan is her second 
home . . . calms a crowd with 
her familiar saying, "Don't 
panic!" 

Pep Club 12; Play Reading 12; 
Future Nurses 12 



EUGENE J. ZWEIGLE 

Gene . . . last but not least 
. . . belongs to CYO and Boy 
Scouts . .. hates homework 
. . . "Oh, boy!" 

Winter Track 11; Spring Track 
11 





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TO FUTURE CLASSES 

We express our hope that the firm tradi- 
tions which have been so much a part of 
our high school life will not cease to be an 
integral part of yours. Soon you will enter 
the fresh surroundings of a building where 
you will find the best possible facilities 
for a most successful high school life. 
But do not forget the spirit of the past 
years. It is the foundation for today and 
the blueprint for tomorrow. Although the 
student body changes, faculty members 
come and go, and even our building is re- 
placed by a new and larger one, the tradi- 
tions of Weymouth High live on. 




Administration 12, 13 

Audio Visual Club 71 

Auto Mechanics 40 

Band 80 

Baseball 92 

Basketball 86, 87 

Business Course 36, 37 

Campus 52 - 55 

Cabinetmaking 43 

Carpentry 45 

Cheerleaders 78, 79 

Chorus 63 

Class Officers 94 

Class Play 74, 75 

College Course 34, 35 

Crafts Club 73 

Creative Writing 72 

Cross Country 84, 85 

Debate Club 58 

Dedication 2, 3 

Distributive Education 39 

Distributive Education Club of America 69 

Drum Majorettes 81 

Faculty 14-25 

Football 82, 83 

Future Business Leaders of America 66 

Future Nurses Club 65 

Future Teachers Club 64 

General Course 38 

Gym Team 60, 61 

History of Weymouth High School 8, 9 

Hockey 88, 89 

Junior Moral and Spiritual Values Committee. . 50, 51 

Junior Class Section 32, 33 

Key Club 68 

Laboratory Assistants 70 

Library Club 59 

New School 158, 159 

Orchestra 62 

Outstanding Seniors 96, 97 

Pep Club 79 

Print Shop 42 

Reflector 56, 57 

Secretaries 26, 27 

Seniors 98 - 157 

Senior Secretaries 67 

Sophomore Class Section 30, 31 

Sheet Metal Shop 41 

Spring Track 84, 85 

Student Council 48, 49 

Tennis 93 

Winter Track 84, 85 

Wrestling 90, 91 



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